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Tribe Phylini

Plagiognathus atricornis Reuteroscopus ornatus (Reuter) - Reuteroscopus ornatus unknown mirid - Plagiognathus albatus Plant bug - Rhinocapsus vanduzeei plant bug - Plagiognathus Virtually All-Black Mirid - Plagiognathus plant bug - Plagiognathus Bug - Plagiognathus
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Hemiptera (True Bugs, Cicadas, Hoppers, Aphids and Allies)
Suborder Heteroptera (True Bugs)
Infraorder Cimicomorpha
Superfamily Miroidea
Family Miridae (Plant Bugs)
Subfamily Phylinae
Tribe Phylini
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Author: Carvalho, 1958
Tribe Phylini
Subtribe Keltoniina

Subtribe Phylina
Genera Conostethus, Icodema, Izyaius, Lepidargyrus, Phylus, Psallus, Sthenarus

Subtribe Oncotylina
Genera Americodema, Arizonapsallus, Asciodema, Bisulcopsallus, Cariniocoris, Ceratopsallus, Ceratopsallus, Compsidolon, Coniferocoris(1), Crassomiris, Europiella, Galbinocoris, Hamatophylus, Hoplomachus, Insulaphylus, Knightopiella, Knightopsallus, Lineatopsallus, Maculamiris, Megalocoleus, Occidentodema, Oligotylus, Oncotylus, Parapsallus, Phallospinophylus, Phyllopidea, Phymatopsallus, Piceophylus, Pinophylus, Plagiognathus, Plesiodema, Psallovius, Pygovepres, Quercophylus, Quernocoris, Ranzovius, Rhinocapsus, Rubellomiris, Rubeospineus, Salicopsallus, Sthenaropsidea, Stictopsallus, Vanduzeephylus, Vesperocoris

* Adenostomocoris, Arctostaphylocoris, Aurantiocoris, Guentherocoris, Pruneocoris, and Vanduzeephylus were described in Schuh and Schwartz, 2004(2).
* Knightopiella was described in Schuh, 2004(3).
* Calidroides and Chlamyopsallus were described in Schwartz, 2005(4).
* Izyaius was described in Schwartz, 2006(1).
* Galbinocoris, Hamatophylus, Insulaphylus, Maculamiris, Quernocoris, and Vesperocoris were described in C. Weirauch, 2006(5).
* Crassomiris, Phallospinophylus, Quercophylus, Pygovepres, Rubellomiris, and Rubeospineus were described in C. Weirauch, 2006(6).
* Arizonapsallus, Bisulcopsallus, Ceratopsallus, Cercocarpopsallus, Knightopsallus, Salicopsallus, and Stictopsallus were described in Schuh, 2006(7)
* Lattinophylus was described in Schuh, 2008(8).
* Roburocoris and Viscacoris were described in C. Weirauch, 2009(9)
* Tytthus was transforred from the Leucophoropterini to Phylini in Menard & Schuh, 2011(10).
* Coquillettia was transferred from Hallodapini to Phylini in Denise Wyniger, 2011(11).
* Leutiola and Ticua was described in Denise Wyniger, 2011(11).
Works Cited
1.Review of Plesiodema Reuter and a description of a new genus to accommodate Psallus sericeus Heidemann ...
Michael D. Schwartz. 2006. KMK Scientific Press.
2.New genera, new species, new synonyms, and new combinations in North America and Caribbean Phylinae (Heteroptera, Miridae)
Randall T. Schuh and Michael D. Schwartz. 2004. American Museum of Natural History.
3.Revision of Europiella Reuter in North America, with the Description of a New Genus (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae)
Randall T. Schuh. 2004. American Museum of Natural History.
4.Redescription of Strophopoda aprica Van Duzee and the Description of Two New Genera and Five New Species from ...
Michael D. Schwartz. 2005. American Museum of Natural History.
5.New genera, new species, and new combinations in western Nearctic Phylini (Heteroptera, Miridae, Phylinae)
Christiane Weirauch. 2006. American Museum of Natural History.
6.New Genera and Species of Oak-Associated Phylini (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae) from Western North America
Christiane Weirauch. 2006. American Museum of Natural History.
7.Revision, phylogenetic, biogeographic, and host analysis of the endemic western North American Phymatopsallus group, ...
Randall T. Schuh. 2006. American Museum of Natural History.
8.Beckocoris Knight, Nevadocoris Knight, and Lattincoris artemisii, new genus and new species, Asteraceae feeding Phylinae
Randall T. Schuh. 2008. Entomological Society of Washington.
9.Two new genera of Phylini, Roburocoris and Viscacoris, from Mexico and the southwestern United States
C. Weirauch. 2009. New York Entomological Society.
10.Revision of Leucophoropterini: ...
Katrina L. Menard & Randall T. Schuh. 2011. American Museum of Natural History.
11.Revision of the Nearctic Genus Coquillettia Uhler With a Transfer to the Tribe Phylini, the Description of 14 New Species, ...
Denise Wyniger. 2011. New York Entomological Society.