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Genus Eutettix

Euttetix Hopper? - Eutettix Eutettix borealis? - Eutettix borealis Cicadellidae? - Eutettix pictus Deltocephalinae Leafhopper - Eutettix colorful leafhopper - Eutettix Leafhopper - Eutettix Unidentified leafhopper - Eutettix luridus Eutettix nitens
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Hemiptera (True Bugs, Cicadas, Hoppers, Aphids and Allies)
Suborder Auchenorrhyncha (True Hoppers)
Infraorder Cicadomorpha
Superfamily Membracoidea (Leafhoppers and Treehoppers)
Family Cicadellidae (Typical Leafhoppers)
Subfamily Deltocephalinae
Tribe Athysanini
Genus Eutettix
Explanation of Names
Eutettix (Van Duzee, 1892)
Numbers
31 spp. described in our area, >50 spp. in 2 subgenera total.(1)
subgenus Eutettix
Eutettix acutus (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix aequalis (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix apicalis (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix bartschi (Van Duzee, 1909)
Eutettix borealis (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix discolor (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix flavus (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix fulvous (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix glennanus (Ball, 1931)
Eutettix grandis (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix hibernus (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix latus (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix luridus (Van Duzee, 1890)
Eutettix marmoratus (Van Duzee, 1892)
Eutettix minutus (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix nitens (Van Duzee, 1909): FL
Eutettix parvus (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix pediculus (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix pictus (Van Duzee, 1892)
Eutettix planus (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix prinoides (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix querci (Gillette & Baker, 1895)
Eutettix rubianus (Ball, 1936)
Eutettix rugosus (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix slossoni (Van Duzee, 1894)
Eutettix southwicki (Van Duzee, 1894)
Eutettix stramineus (Walker, 1851)
Eutettix subaeneus (Van Duzee, 1890)
Eutettix subspinosus (Hepner, 1942)
Eutettix tristis (Ball, 1907)
Eutettix variabilis (Hepner, 1942)
Remarks
"Most of the 50+ species of this genus have never been properly illustrated, and there are several new ones as well..." --Dr Hamilton's comment
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