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Genus Texananus

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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 Phlepsiini
Genus Texananus
Explanation of Names
Texananus Ball 1918
as treated here, ~70 spp. total, most in our area(1)
NOTE: the notation citing the taxonomic authority of the listed species may have been inputted erroneously. This is pending correction.
subgenus Iowanus
Texananus bullatus (DeLong, 1939): AZ, NM
Texananus caducus (DeLong, 1939): eastern U.S., west to TX, OK
Texananus dicentrus (DeLong, 1939): IL
Texananus longipennis (Crowder, 1952): Eastern U.S.
Texananus lyratus (DeLong & Hershberger, 1948): AL, AR, GA
Texananus majestus (Osborn & Ball, 1897): transcontinental U.S.
subgenus Texananus
Texananus angus (DeLong, 1938): KS-TX-NM
Texananus arctostaphylae (Ball, 1900): WI-MB-CO
Texananus bialtus (DeLong, 1938): TX
Texananus constrictus (Crowder, 1952): AZ
Texananus cumulatus (Ball, 1900): NE-WA-UT
Texananus decorus (Osborn & Ball, 1897): ME-FL to NE-KS
Texananus delicatus (Osborn & Lathrop, 1923): CA
Texananus denticulus (Osborn & Lathrop, 1923): CA
Texananus deversus (DeLong & Hershberger, 1949): TX
Texananus distinctus (Lathrop, 1917): SC-FL
Texananus dolus (DeLong, 1938): WI-MB-MT-UT
Texananus extensus (Crowder, 1952): CA
Texananus extremus (Ball, 1901): CO-AZ to BC-CA
Texananus fumosus (Crowder, 1952): KS-TX
Texananus gladius (DeLong, 1938): TX-AZ
Texananus graphicus (Ball, 1900): NE-KS to WY-CO
Texananus lathropi (Baker, 1925): ID-OR- CA
Texananus latipex (DeLong, 1943): WA-CA to MT-NM
Texananus marmor (Sanders & DeLong, 1923): MB
Texananus mexicanus (Ball, 1918): AZ; Mexico
Texananus monticolus (DeLong, 1943): Rocky Mtn states to NM-AZ
Texananus oregonus (Ball, 1931): WA-CA-AZ
Texananus ovatus (Van Duzee, 1892): ND-LA-TX to OR-CA
Texananus pergradus (DeLong, 1938): TX-CA-UT
Texananus personatus (Baker, 1898): NM-AZ
Texananus proximus (Crowder, 1952): UT WA
Texananus rufusculus (Osborn & Lathrop, 1923): OH-MO-AR-LA
Texananus sabinus (Sanders & DeLong, 1920): TX-AZ
Texananus sextus (Crowder, 1952): AZ
Texananus sonorus (Ball, 1936): so. AZ
Texananus spatulatus (Van Duzee, 1892): KS-MT to TX-CA
Texananus superbus (Van Duzee, 1892): IL-FL-TX to MO-CO-AZ
Texananus ultratus (DeLong, 1943): AR OK AZ
Texananus validus (Crowder, 1952): AZ
Texananus vermiculatus (DeLong, 1938): TX-AZ
Three pale spots down the middle of the wing
Print References
DeLong D.M., Hershberger R.V. (1949) A review of the North American species of Texananus (Homoptera-Cicadellidae) north of Mexico. Ohio J. Sci. 49: 173-187 (Full text)