Penthimiola bella

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Penthimiola bella

Penthimiola bella
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IDENTIFICACIÓN:
Penthimiola bella
Herbert Nickel: P. cf. bella o sp.
Citrus sinensis
 
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Comentarios:


  • Valter,

    Tiene pintas de Opsiini, pero no me encaja para nada la consabida
    Neoaliturus fenestratus.

    Saludos :-)


  • It is Neoaliturus (but definitely NOT fenestratus) or Circulifer.
    Herbert Nickel


  • Gracias Herbert!


  • Penthimiola fasciolata
    Hi Herbert,
    I just joined this forum because of Tautoneura...

    It's Penthimiola fasciolata, see: Lindberg 1958 - Hemiptera Insularum Caboverdensium - pag.208
    [URL=http://ag.udel.edu/delpha/6037.pdf]
    We get another introduced leafhopper in Europe!
    Francesco Poggi


  • Wooow!!!

    This thread is one of the most international threads that ever existed: Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, German and last but not least Italian!!

    Molto grazie, Francesco!


  • Beautiful
    I would like thata everybody join into this project from other countries
    Perhaps this is the beginning
    wellcome on board!


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    Grazie Francesco per l'identificazione!


  • ¡ Gracias a todos por la cálida bienvenida !

    Francesco


  • I wrote a comment on this a few days ago, but it apparently became lost in the digital Nirvana.

    I gathered literature about this and found the following: P. fasciolata (Lindberg, 1958) has been declared a younger synonym of P. bella (Stal, 1855). There are two species and one subspecies described in this genus worldwide, both from equatorial and southern Africa (and perhaps Argentina). This genus in Europe is the first tropical invader and should be investigated carefully, including genital dissection. It is well possible that it is another species. So I would name it P. cf. bella or better Penthimiola spec.
    Everyone should look on orange trees next season to collect adults PLUS nymphs and send them to Francesco or me. Maybe they are even active in winter, who knows.


  • Well done Herbert! Only a correction: send adults and nymphs to Herbert and not to me, because I'm a specialist only in Typhlocybinae.


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