Amplicephalus (Nanctasus) Linnavuori

Duan, Yani & Dietrich, Christopher H., 2018, Notes on the Neotropical leafhopper subgenus Amplicephalus (Nanctasus) Linnavuori (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Deltocephalinae: Deltocephalini) with description of two new species, Zootaxa 4455 (3), pp. 555-562: 556

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4455.3.11

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Amplicephalus (Nanctasus) Linnavuori
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Key to species of Amplicephalus (Nanctasus) Linnavuori 

1 Female sternite VII distinctly emarginate medially............................................................ 2

- Female sternite VII truncate or slightly produced medially...................................................... 3

2 Forewing with several supernumerary crossveins in clavus and along costal margin; pronotum with five pale longitudinal stripes................................................................................. A. (N.) auranticus 

- Forewing without supernumerary crossveins; pronotum with a single broad median longitudinal band....... A. (N.) insularis 

3 Forewing without extra crossveins; female sternite VII with small median notch and two larger pairs of sublateral notches posteriorly................................................................................... A. (N.) pallidus 

- Forewing with extra crossveins; female sternite VII slightly produced or truncate without notch........................ 4

4 Aedeagus with branches of bifid apex widely separated in ventral view, sinuate in lateral view ( Fig. 2D–E View Figure )................................................................................................... A. (N.) anayensis  sp. n

- Aedeagus with branches of bifid apex very narrowly separated in ventral view, straight or curved dorsad in lateral view..... 5

5 Aedeagus broadened then narrowed preapically in ventral view, straight in lateral view................... A. (N.) bolivicus 

- Aedeagus narrowed through most of length in ventral view, curved dorsad in lateral view ( Fig. 4F–G View Figure ).................................................................................................. A. (N.) paralbivenosus  sp. n.