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Tribe Scaphoideini

 
 
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A revision of the Nearctic species of the genus Scaphoideus (Homoptera: Cicadellidae).
By Barnett D.E.
Transactions of the American Entomological Society 102(4): 485-593., 1976
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Barnett D.E. (1976) A revision of the Nearctic species of the genus Scaphoideus (Homoptera: Cicadellidae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society 102(4): 485-593.

...a revision and classification fo the known Nearctic species of the genus Scaphoideus Uhler. The genus Scaphoideus is widely distributed in the northern hemisphere and in southeast Asia and has a wide range of host and/or food plant(s). Several species in the genus are known to transmit plant pathogens and all are capable of inflicting injury to

A review of the genus Osbornellus in the United States and Canada (Homoptera-Cicadellidae).
By Beamer, R.H.
Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 10(3): 89-112. , 1937
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Beamer, R.H. (1937). A review of the genus Osbornellus in the United States and Canada (Homoptera-Cicadellidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 10(3): 89-112.

No little difficulty has been experienced in trying to sort out the various species, even with the aid of the internal male genitalia. We must have a thorough host plant study to be able to satisfactorily accomplish this task. The females, except in a very few instances are practically useless when it comes to characters of specific value. Color pattern of the dorsum, especially of the vertex, has been used wherever possible.

A review of the tribes of Deltocephalinae (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha: Cicadellidae)
By Zahniser J.N., Dietrich C.
Eur. j. taxon. 45: 1-211, 2013

A Monographic Study of the North American Species of the Genus Deltocephalus
By DeLong, Dwight Moore
Ohio State University, 1922
Dr. DeLong's dissertation, presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Graduate School Of The Ohio State University

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General Catalogue of the Homoptera. Fascicle VI, Cicadelloidea, Part 10, Euscelidae. [In three sections].
By Metcalf, Z.P.
USDA, ARS, Washington, D.C. 6(10): [i-ii], i-v, 1-1077 (1968b), 1967
Metcalf, Z.P. 1968b-d (dated 1967). General Catalogue of the Homoptera. Fascicle VI, Cicadelloidea, Part 10, Euscelidae. [In three sections]. USDA, ARS, Washington, D.C. 6(10): [i-ii], i-v, 1-1077 (1968b); [i-iii], 1078-2074 (1968c); [i-ii], 2075-2695 (1968d). [with introduction by Young, D. A.] [available online:] section 1, section 2, section 3.

Biodiversity and Ecology of the Leafhoppers (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) of New Hampshire
By Chandler D.S., Hamilton K.G.A.
Trans. Am. Ent. Soc. 143: 773-971, 2017

Sixteen New Leafhoppers and Notes (Homoptera:Cicadellidae)
By D Knull
The Ohio Journal of Science, 1951

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

 
 
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