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Genus Paraphlepsius

Paraphlepsius sp. ? - Paraphlepsius Leafhopper - Paraphlepsius Paraphlepsius continuus - Paraphlepsius - male brownish hopper - Paraphlepsius Paraphlepsius - Paraphlepsius rileyi Paraphlepsius - male Paraphlepsius sp. - Paraphlepsius Paraphlepsius
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Hemiptera (True Bugs, Cicadas, Hoppers, Aphids and Allies)
Suborder Auchenorrhyncha (True Hoppers)
Infraorder Cicadomorpha
Superfamily Membracoidea (Leafhoppers and Treehoppers)
Family Cicadellidae (Typical Leafhoppers)
Subfamily Deltocephalinae
Tribe Pendarini
Genus Paraphlepsius
Explanation of Names
Paraphlepsius Baker 1897
Numbers
68 species in our area, 72 spp. in total(1)
NOTE: the notation citing the taxonomic authority of the listed species may have been inputted erroneously. This is pending correction.
subgenus Gamarex
Paraphlepsius abruptus (DeLong, 1938): southeastern U.S.
Paraphlepsius altus (Osborn & Ball, 1897): central U.S.
Paraphlepsius bifidus (Sanders & DeLong, 1917): eastern and midwestern U.S., transcontinental Canada
Paraphlepsius brunneus (DeLong, 1916)
Paraphlepsius certus (DeLong, 1938): central and midwestern U.S.
Paraphlepsius cinereus (Van Duzee, 1892): southeastern to central U.S.
Paraphlepsius collitus (Ball, 1903): eastern and central U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius continuus (DeLong, 1938): eastern U.S. and Canada to Guatemala; Caribbean
Paraphlepsius divergens (Oman, 1931): KS, TX
Paraphlepsius emarginatus (Crowder, 1952): FL
Paraphlepsius exilis (Hamilton, 1975)
Paraphlepsius fulvidorsum (Fitch, 1851): transcontinental U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius fuscipennis (Van Duzee, 1892): eastern and central U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius incisus (Van Duzee, 1892): eastern and central U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius latifrons (Van Duzee, 1892)
Paraphlepsius lupalus (Hamilton, 1975)
Paraphlepsius maculellus (Osborn, 1915): northeastern U.S.
Paraphlepsius maculosus (Osborn, 1923): NE, IL, OH, NY
Paraphlepsius mimus (Baker, 1898): eastern U.S.
Paraphlepsius obvius (Oman, 1931): TX; Mexico
Paraphlepsius operculatus (Ball, 1927): southeastern U.S.
Paraphlepsius pallidus (Van Duzee, 1892): eastern and central U.S.
Paraphlepsius particolor (Sanders & DeLong, 1920): MB, MN, PA, LA
Paraphlepsius rileyi (Baker, 1898): central U.S.
Paraphlepsius siclus (DeLong, 1938): FL
Paraphlepsius superior Hamilton, 1975
Paraphlepsius tennessus (DeLong, 1916): eastern U.S., WA
Paraphlepsius truncatus (Van Duzee, 1892): eastern and central U.S.
Paraphlepsius turpiculus (Ball, 1900): eastern and central U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius varispinus (Hamilton, 1972)
Paraphlepsius zanclois (Hamilton, 1975)
Subgenus Paraphlepsius
Paraphlepsius eburneolus (Osborn & Lathrop, 1923): eastern and central U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius geneticus (Hamilton, 1975)
Paraphlepsius humidus (Van Duzee, 1892): eastern and central U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius nebulosus (Van Duzee, 1892)
Paraphlepsius occidentalis (Baker, 1898): western U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius planus (Sanders & DeLong, 1922): FL, GA
Paraphlepsius pusillus (Baker, 1898): eastern U.S., KS, WA
Paraphlepsius quadratus (Hamilton, 1975)
Paraphlepsius solidaginis (Walker, 1851): eastern and central U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius strobi (Fitch, 1851): transcontinental U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius texanus (Baker, 1898): TX, LA
subgenus Paraphysius
Paraphlepsius attractus (Ball, 1909): eastern U.S.
Paraphlepsius carolinus (Lathrop, 1917): eastern U.S.
Paraphlepsius cornutus (Crowder, 1952): FL
Paraphlepsius electus (DeLong, 1938): MO, IL, GA
Paraphlepsius lascivius (Ball, 1900): western and central U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius lobatus (Osborn, 1898): eastern and central U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius micronotatus (Osborn & Lathrop, 1923)
Paraphlepsius torridus (Lathrop, 1917): southeastern U.S.
Paraphlepsius tubus (Ball, 1909): southeastern U.S.
Paraphlepsius umbellatus (Hamilton, 1975)
Paraphlepsius umbrosus (Sanders & DeLong, 1917): midwestern U.S.
subgenus Sabix
Paraphlepsius acutus (Crowder, 1952): CA
Paraphlepsius apertinus (Osborn & Lathrop, 1923): western U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius apertus (Van Duzee, 1892): transcontinental U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius excavatus (Crowder, 1952): western U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius irroratus (Say, 1830): transcontinental U.S. and Canada
subgenus Strephonius
Paraphlepsius dentatus (Baker, 1898): eastern and central U.S.
Paraphlepsius floridanus (Ball, 1909): southeastern U.S.
Paraphlepsius hemicolor (Sanders & DeLong, 1923): central U.S. and Canada
Paraphlepsius luxuria (Hamilton, 1975)
Paraphlepsius rossi (DeLong, 1938): eastern U.S.
Paraphlepsius spinosus (Crowder, 1952): GA
Paraphlepsius supinus (DeLong, 1938): VA
Paraphlepsius tigrinus (Ball, 1909): midwestern and midatlantic U.S.
subgenus Incertae sedis
Paraphlepsius blockeri (Cwikla, 1980): KS, MO
Paraphlepsius docilis (Van Duzee, 1923): CA
Range
Speciose in the e. half of the US and so. Canada, but transcontinental and ranging south into the neotropics(2)