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The last immature stage and the mature larva of Dryinus tarraconensis Marshall, 1868 and Gonatopus baeticus (Ceballos, 1927) are described for the first time. Features of immature and mature larvae of both species are discussed in the context of their implications for characterizing the subfamilies Dryininae and Gonatopodinae. Copyright © 2015 Magnolia Press.


The last immature stage and the mature larva of Dryinus tarraconensis Marshall, 1868 and Gonatopus baeticus (Ceballos, 1927) are described for the first time. Features of immature and mature larvae of both species are discussed in the context of their implications for characterizing the subfamilies Dryininae and Gonatopodinae.


Guglielmino A.,University of Tuscia | Xu Z.,South China Agricultural University | Bckle C.,Neckarhalde 48 | Dong W.,Anhui Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Florida Entomologist | Year: 2012

A new species of leafhopper, Arboridia sinensis sp. nov., belonging to the subgenus Arboridia Zachvatkin, 1946 s. str. and closely related to Arboridia (Arboridia) gaurii Thapa, 1989, A. cerna Dworakowska, 1977, and A. soror Dworakowska, 1977, is described from Yunnan, China. It differs from A. gaurii in the body coloration and aedeagus shape, and from A. cerna and A. soror also in the shape of its pygofer process. In Yunnan, China the new species lives on Zanthoxylum bungeanum Maximowicz (Rutaceae).


Guglielmino A.,University of Tuscia | Buckle C.,Neckarhalde 48 | Emeljanov A.F.,Russian Academy of Sciences
Zootaxa | Year: 2010

The first record of the planthopper tribe Achilini from Argentina is established with the description of Olmiana argentinagen. and sp. nov.. Details of the fifth larval instar are described. The systematic position of the new genus within the Achilidae is discussed, and a key to the genera of the subtribe Achilina is provided. Copyright © 2010.


Guglielmino A.,University of Tuscia | Buckle C.,Neckarhalde 48
Zootaxa | Year: 2010

The last immature stage and the mature larva of Mystrophorus formicaeformis Ruthe are described for the first time. The affinities of both immature and mature larvae of M. formicaeformis and corresponding instars of other subfamilies are respectively discussed. Copyright © 2010. Magnolia Press.


A revision of the subfamilies Errhomeninae and Aphrodinae in Italy is presented. Tw o new species, Anoscopus gorloppus and Anoscopus carlebippus, and one new subspecies Anoscopus albifrons mappus are described. Anoscopus dubius Gebicki & Bednarzyk is established as subspecies of Anoscopus flavostriatus (Donovan) (stat. nov.), Aphrodes siracusae (Matsumura) is transferred to the genus Anoscopus (comb. nov.). Anoscopus samuricus Tshmir is recorded in Italy for the first time. Information concerning ecology and regional distribution is given for all taxa present in Italy. Genital morphology and variability of colouration are figured for many taxa. A morphometric analysis based on measurements of aedeagus and body is conducted for the taxa of the Aphrodes bicincta group. Keys for the Italian species of Aphrodes and Anoscopus are given. Distribution and specific characters of Anoscopus assimilis (Signoret) and Anoscopus alpinus (Wagner) are presented. Differences between Italian populations and conspecific ones in other European regions, and reasons for the particularly high variability in the Alpine areas of Italy are discussed. A list of 19 species and two subspecies, presently recorded from Italy is given. © 2015 Magnolia Press.


The genus Chlorionidea Löw until now contained two species: C. flava Löw and C. bromi Emeljanov. Recently we discovered two new species of this genus in Italy, which we describe in this paper as C. apenninica sp. nov. and C. sibillinica sp. nov. For all four Chlorionidea taxa we provide descriptions and an identification key. Details of male and female genitalia, aspects of head morphology and the fifth instar nymph of C. sibillinica are shown. In addition we discuss phylogenetic relationships between the four taxa. In three of the four species anti-symmetry in male genitalia is observed. We discuss this phenomenon and compare similar cases in other Delphacidae. Finally we summarize the available data on life cycle, food plants and geographical distribution of Chlorionidea species. © 2010 Taylor & Francis.


Guglielmino A.,University of Tuscia | Olmi M.,Tropical Entomology Research Center | Buckle C.,Neckarhalde 48
Zootaxa | Year: 2013

An updated host-parasite catalogue of world Dryinidae is presented. The catalogue presents 1014 relationships between dryinids and their hosts checked in 84 countries of the world, including 38 new records. © 2013 Magnolia Press.


Guglielmino A.,University of Tuscia | Buckle C.,Neckarhalde 48
Zootaxa | Year: 2013

The mature larva of Ampulicomorpha schajovskoyi De Santis & Vidal Sarmiento, 1977, is described and figured for the first time. Larval characters of Dryinidae and Embolemidae are discussed in regard to possible synapomorphies of each family and of both families together (Dryinidae + Embolemidae) as monophyletic groups. Some larval characters are compared with the corresponding conditions in other Chrysidoidea families. Copyright © 2013 Magnolia Press.


A revision of the subfamilies Errhomeninae and Aphrodinae in Italy is presented. Two new species, Anoscopus gorloppus and Anoscopus carlebippus, and one new subspecies Anoscopus albifrons mappus are described. Anoscopus dubius Gbicki & Bednarzyk is established as subspecies of Anoscopus flavostriatus (Donovan) (stat. nov.), Aphrodes siracusae (Matsumura) is transferred to the genus Anoscopus (comb. nov.). Anoscopus samuricus Tshmir is recorded in Italy for the first time. Information concerning ecology and regional distribution is given for all taxa present in Italy. Genital morphology and variability of colouration are figured for many taxa. A morphometric analysis based on measurements of aedeagus and body is conducted for the taxa of the Aphrodes bicincta group. Keys for the Italian species of Aphrodes and Anoscopus are given. Distribution and specific characters of Anoscopus assimilis (Signoret) and Anoscopus alpinus (Wagner) are presented. Differences between Italian populations and conspecific ones in other European regions, and reasons for the particularly high variability in the Alpine areas of Italy are discussed. A list of 19 species and two subspecies, presently recorded from Italy is given.

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