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Leafhoppers of ornamental and fruit trees in Canada
By Hamilton K.G.A.
Agriculture Canada. 71 pp., 1985

Fascicle VI. Cicadelloidea, Part 17, Cicadellidae. General Catalogue of the Homoptera.
By Metcalf, Z.P.
USDA, ARS, Washington, D.C. 6(17): vii + 1-1513., 1968
Biodiversity Heritage Library

Metcalf, Z.P. 1968. Fascicle VI. Cicadelloidea, Part 17, Cicadellidae. General Catalogue of the Homoptera. United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Washington, D.C. 6(17): vii + 1-1513.

The leafhopper vectors of phytopathogenic viruses
By Nielson, M.W. 1968.
USDA , 1968
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Nielson, M.W. 1968. The leafhopper vectors of phytopathogenic viruses (Homoptera: Cicadellidae): taxonomy biology, and virus transmission.. U. S. Dep. Agric. Tech. Bull. 1382: [i-ii], 1-368.

Treats 114 species in 52 genera in 8 subfamilies.

Each species has been redescribed and illustrated on the basis of the genitalia and general habitus of the adults.
A complete resume of distribution, biology, and virus transmission for each species is also presented.

Leafhoppers (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) of the Yukon: Dispersal and endemism
By Hamilton K.G.A.
p.337–375 in: Danks H.V., Downes J.A. (Eds) Insects of the Yukon. Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods), Ottawa, 1997

The Cicadellidae of Kansas
By Lawson, P.B. 1920.
University of Kansas, Lawrence, 1920
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Lawson, P.B. 1920. The Cicadellidae of Kansas. Kansas University Science Bulletin. 12(1): 5-306.

Paul Bowen Lawson

Leafhoppers (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) of Canada and Alaska
By Bryan P. Beirne
The Canadian Entomologist, Volume LXXXVIII, Supplement 2, 1956
This publication not only has detailed field descriptions but 518 detailed illustrations. Yes, it's old, but it's a start and it's affordable. What more could a novice want? While this publication does not have an ISBN, it is sometimes available from Amazon. I t can also be downloaded for $45 from Cambridge University Press

The leafhoppers, or Cicadellidae, of Illinois (Eurymelinae - Balcluthinae)
By Dwight Moore Delong
Bulletin of the Illinois Natural History Survey, Volume 24, Article 2, State of Illinois, 1948
A devote bug photographer, I became interested in leafhoppers about a year ago. It's easy finding specialty guides and books on popular insects, but not so for leafhoppers. This is the first book I've found available for leafhoppers. A large number of species have been named since this book was published in 1948. No problem.

This is NOT a field guide. This 376-page book is full of illustrations and descriptions to positively ID many of my local fauna. The descriptions are detailed for a better understanding this family, yet easily understandable by an amateur like me. You will not find a better leafhopper book for $30, sometimes available from Amazon.

Richness of the Nearctic treehopper fauna (Hemiptera: Aetalionidae and Membracidae)
By Deitz L.L., Wallace M.S.
Zootaxa 3423: 1–26, 2012

 
 
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