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[cite:467898]
From: Assessment of species diversity in the Mixedwood Plains Ecozone.
should be a Books entry, actually... too late :/
hope BG 2.0 comes with tools allowing to convert/toggle ref entries
http://www.naturewatch.ca/Mixedwood/homopter/intro.htm#toc

how to distinct Cicadomorpha and Fulgoromorpha?
Dear all,

I am new to the identification and I am doing my Master Thesis in Guadeloupe (in West Indies:Lesser Antilles). I would like to ask you if I separate correctly the Cicadomorpha and Fulgoromorpha.
Fulgoromorpha has round or egg-shaped second antennal segment (pedicel) that bears a fine filamentous arista and bifurcate ("Y"-shaped) anal vein in the forewing. Is that enough to separate them?
Thank you for your help!

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