Types of Flatidae (Homoptera) in the Stockholm Museum with lectotype designations. Part 2 JOHN T. MEDLER Lectotypes and paralectotypes are designated for species of flatid planthoppers described by Jacobi, Haglund, Melichar, and Stal. The genitalia of lectotype males are illustrated. New syno- nyms (junior synonym first) are established as follows: Flatoidinus obscurus Metcalf & Bruner = Flatoides dotatus Melichar (Flatoidinus); Ormenis obtusa Melichar and O. stupida Melichar = Ormenis media Melichar (Anormenis); Poeciloptera sinuatipennis StÅl = Phalaenomorpha sinuatipennis StÅl (Dascalia); Poeciloptera fallaciosa StÅl and P. fuscoconspersa StÅl = Poeciloptera antiqua StÅl (Paradascalia); Mesophylla marginata Jacobi = Mesophylla correcta Melichar (Phylliana); Euphanta insignis Lallemand = Hypsiphanta minax Jacobi; Burnix Med- ler = Hypsiphanta Jacobi. New status: Cerynia incurva Melichar, not a variety of Flata albata StÅl; Ormenis indigena Melichar, not a synonym of Ormenis fuscomarginata Melichar (Melicharia); Flatoides insularis (Melichar), not a variety of Flata tortrix Guérin-Méneville. J. T. Medler, Honorary Associate, Dept. Entomology, Bishop Museum, P.O. Box 19000A, Honolulu, Hawai'i, 96817-0916, U.S.A. Introduction My first report on type specimens in the Stockholm Museum (Medler 1986b), treated those species with distribution principally in New Guinea and Southeast Asia. This report treats species found in Africa and the New World,
Insect Systematics & Evolution – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1994
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