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Species Smilia camelus - Camel Treehopper

 
 
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Treehoppers of tropical America / Membrácidos de la América tropical.
By Godoy, C.; Miranda, X.; Nishida, K.
INBio, Santo Domingo de Heredia, Costa Rica. 352 pp., 2006
Godoy, C.; Miranda, X.; Nishida, K. 2006. Treehoppers of tropical America / Membrácidos de la América tropical. INBio, Santo Domingo de Heredia, Costa Rica. 352 pp.

Language Notes: Spanish text and English translation; translation by Christina Feeny

The first part of this field guide consists of an extensive introduction to the family Membracidae including morphology, behavior, mutualistic relationships with other organisms, and host plants. Also included are illustrated keys to the genera utilizing the form of the pronotum and illustrated taxonomic keys to the subfamilies and tribes.

Studies in North American Membracidae.
By Van Duzee, E.P.
Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 9(1): 29–127., 1908
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Van Duzee, E.P. (1908) Studies in North American Membracidae. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 9(1): 29–127.

Checklist of treehoppers of Panama (Hem.: Membracidae) with a list of checklists and keys to the Nearctic and Neotropical fauna
By Flynn D.J.
Zootaxa 3405: 35–63, 2012
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posted here mainly because of the precious bibliography

Treehopper diversity (Hemiptera: Membracidae) of Little Orleans, Allegany Co., Maryland
By Bartlett C.R., Deitz L.L., Rothschild M.J., Wallace M.S.
Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 101: 130-143, 2008

Checklist and host plants of the treehoppers of North Carolina
By Dietrich C.H., Rothschild M.J., Deitz L.L.
Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 101: 242-262, 1999

Occurrence of treehoppers (Hemiptera: Membracidae:Smiliinae) on oaks in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, 2004–2006
By Wallace M.S.
J. Insect Sci. 8(59): 1-16, 2008

Phylogeny and systematics of the treehopper subfamily Centrotinae (Hemiptera: Membracidae).
By Matthew S. Wallace & Lewis L. Deitz
Associated Publishers, 2004
Memoirs on Entomology, International, Volume 19

From Associated Publishers Web site:
Memoir 19 treats the phylogeny and systematics of the long neglected treehopper subfamily Centrotinae (Hemiptera: Membracidae). This work includes: phylogenetic hypotheses used to place 206 of 216 genera into monophyletic tribes; an illustrated tribal key and descriptions for identifying the 23 valid tribes (6 new); and discussions of phylogeny, biogeography, and several life history traits. The monograph also provides 186 figures illustrating key tribal and generic characteristics (with 1500 individual digital photographs from both light and scanning electron microscopy and line drawings).

Keys to the families of Cicadomorpha and subfamilies and tribes of Cicadellidae (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha)
By Dietrich C.H.
Florida Entomologist 88: 502-517, 2005

 
 
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