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McKamey S.H. (2001-2010) Checklist of leafhopper species 1758-1955 (Hemiptera: Membracoidea: Cicadellidae and Myserslopiidae)
[cite:516997]
although the additions of the last decades are not covered, the source provides useful, albeit rather general (by country) distribution data on each species

Dietrich C.H. (2001-2008) Leafhoppers (Hemiptera: Cicadomorpha: Cicadellidae)
[cite:512513]
Leafhopper home page providing links to most important resources

Leafhoppers of Rhode Island
Photographic listing of the species native to the Rhode Island and New England area.

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).

Short-horned bugs (Hemiptera, Auchenorrhyncha) introduced to North America
Nicely illustrated poster and one-page handout that introduces this subject. Prepared by Andy Hamilton, familiar to BugGuide contributors, and includes photos by a number of BugGuide members. Important information in English, French, and Spanish.

Dmitriev D.A. (2003-) 3I interactive keys and taxonomic databases
[cite:467905]
includes databases (list) maintained by a number of authors and covering numerous groups of Auchenorrhyncha, aphids, and two beetle families (Phalacridae, Curculionidae)

Hamilton K.G.A. (1996) "Short-Horned" Bugs (Homoptera-Auchenorrhyncha) [Mixedwood Plains Ecozone]
[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

Hamilton K.G.A. (1998) "Short-Horned" Bugs (Homoptera: Auchenorrhyncha) [of the Montane Cordillera Ecozone]
[cite:467895]
Checklist of Homoptera-Auchenorrhyncha of the Montane Cordillera Ecozone. In: Smith I.M., Scudder G.G.E., eds. Assessment of species diversity in the Montane Cordillera Ecozone. Burlington: Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network, 1998.

 
 
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