J. M. Urban and J. R. Cryan 2009

Full reference
J. M. Urban and J. R. Cryan. 2009. Entomologically famous, evolutionarily unexplored: The first phylogeny of the lanternfly family Fulgoridae (Insecta: Hemiptera: Fulgoroidea). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 50:471-484 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  80178
Created:  2022-02-25 11:14:22
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1016/j.ympev.2008.12.004
Taxonomic opinions (12) - view classification
'Enchophora belongs to Enchophorinae' according to J. M. Urban and J. R. Cryan 2009
'Enchophorinae belongs to Fulgoridae' according to J. M. Urban and J. R. Cryan 2009
'Fulgora belongs to Fulgorini' according to J. M. Urban and J. R. Cryan 2009
'Fulgorinae belongs to Fulgoridae' according to J. M. Urban and J. R. Cryan 2009
'Fulgorini belongs to Fulgorinae' according to J. M. Urban and J. R. Cryan 2009
'Lystra belongs to Lystrini' according to J. M. Urban and J. R. Cryan 2009
'Lystroides was reranked as the tribe Lystrini and belongs to Poiocerinae' according to J. M. Urban and J. R. Cryan 2009
'Phenacinae belongs to Fulgoridae' according to J. M. Urban and J. R. Cryan 2009
'Poiocera belongs to Poiocerini' according to J. M. Urban and J. R. Cryan 2009
'Poiocerinae belongs to Fulgoridae' according to J. M. Urban and J. R. Cryan 2009
'Poiocerini belongs to Poiocerinae' according to J. M. Urban and J. R. Cryan 2009
'Pterodictya belongs to Phenacinae' according to J. M. Urban and J. R. Cryan 2009