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FIGURES 28 – 35 in The Neotropical sharpshooter genus Ruppeliana Young (Insecta: Hemiptera: Cicadellidae): four new species, key to males, and new synonyms

Mejdalani, Gabriel


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  "description": "FIGURES 28 \u2013 35. Ruppeliana signiceps (St\u00e5l, 1862). 28 \u2013 33, body, dorsal view: 28, female holotype (total length 9.5 mm) of Tettigonia signiceps from Rio de Janeiro State (NHRS); 29, male holotype (t. l. 8.7 mm) of T. coronulifera St\u00e5l, 1862 syn. nov. from Rio de Janeiro State (NHRS); 30, male holotype (t. l. 8.7 mm) of T. taschenbergi Berg, 1899 syn. nov. from Brazil (MLUH); 31, female (t. l. 9.2 mm) from Minas Gerais State previously identified by D. A. Young as R. coronulifera (MHNP); 32, male (t. l. 8.4 mm) from Rio de Janeiro State previously identified by G. Mejdalani as R. coronulifera (MNRJ); 33, male (t. l. 8.5 mm) from Minas Gerais State (MNRJ). 34, sternite VII of the holotype of T. signiceps, lateral view. 35, aedeagus of the holotype of T. coronulifera, lateral view (modified from Young 1977, fig. 611 f). Figs. 29 \u2013 31 modified from Wilson et al. (2009); antennae and legs not depicted.", 
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  "datePublished": "2017-10-09", 
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