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Infraorder Cicadomorpha

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Singing Insects of North America
Covers crickets, katydids, and cicadas. Cicada information rather incomplete at present (March, 2004). Extnsive information on orthoptera.

Cicadas of Arkansas
Nice site, see especially the :
Guide to Annual Cicadas . This has good photos and descriptions of several species.

Pop-up ads are annoying.

Cicadas of Michigan
Neat site with photos, sounds.

Membracoidea -- world checklist (Discover Life's IDnature guide)
[cite:852521]

in progress; some cicadellid subfamilies missing

Deitz L.L., Wallace M.S. (team leaders), et al. (2010-) Treehoppers: Aetalionidae, Melizoderidae, and Membracidae (Hemiptera)
[cite:725224]

Soulier-Perkins A. (2007-) Cercopoidea organised on line
[cite:713167]

McKamey S. (2010) Membracoidea of the World database
[cite:703289]

Hoppers of North Carolina
This website aims to provide a compendium of all of the leafhopper, planthopper, treehopper, and spittlebug species recorded in North Carolina, serving as not only an interactive photographic online guide but also a database for hemipteran hoppers in North Carolina. This site includes: photographs of species photographed in the state, information on species' identification, general information about the distribution of species in the state (by county) and their relative abundance, the seasonal occurrence for each species and which habitats, host plant associates, as well as additional comments on the species (such as differentiating between similar species or notable facts).

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