Epora

Men, Qiu-Lei, Feng, Ji-Nian & Qin, Dao-Zheng, 2011, The planthopper genus Epora Walker (Hemiptera: Fulgoroidea: Tropiduchidae) from China with description of one new species, Zootaxa 2803, pp. 32-40 : 33

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.206608

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6188146

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/039087B2-FFDF-FFC6-1FB9-FC3CFA54DA40

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Plazi

scientific name

Epora
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Key to the species of Epora

1 Vertex with a middle sulcus............................................................................. 2

- Vertex with a middle carina.............................................................................. 5

2 Anal tube with process................................................................................. 3

- Anal tube without process............................................................................... 4

3 Anal tube with a pair of ribbon-like processes ventrobasally ( Figs 25–27 View FIGURES 22 – 30 )......................... E. biprolata sp. nov.

- Anal tube with a pair of ribbon-like processes ventrodistally (see Qin & Men, 2010: 192, Figs 7, 10, 11 View FIGURES 7 – 21 )................................................................................................... E. bilemisca Qin & Men

4 Female with seventh sternite medially projected caudad in a semicircular lobe (see Chou et al., 1985: 36, Fig. 31 View FIGURES 31 – 45 e)...................................................................................... E. hainanensis Chou & Wang

- Female seventh sternite medially projected caudad in a subangulate lobe (see Fennah, 1978: 261, Fig. 218) E. callosa Fennah

5 Body ochraceous; forewings pale ochraceous (see Distant, 1916: 51).............................. E. montana Distant

- Body pale green; forewings pale green..................................................................... 6

6 Male pygofer with dorsolateral angle acutely rounded (see Fennah, 1970: 73)......................... E. subtilis Walker

- Male pygofer with dorsolateral angle broadly rectangular or subrectangulately rounded.............................. 7

7 Forewings with Cu 1 forked only moderately basad of the level of union of claval veins (see Fennah, 1970: 74)................................................................................................. E. themisto Fennah

- Forewings with Cu 1 forked much basad of the level of union of claval veins....................................... 8

8 Forewings with cell Sc 1 / 5 as long as vein Sc+R measured from basal cell; vertex 1.6 times broader than long in midline (see Fennah, 1970: 71)....................................................................... E. laticeps Fennah

- Forewings with cell Sc about 1 / 6 as long as vein Sc+R measured from basal cell; vertex 1.2 times broader than long in midline (see Fennah, 1970: 73)................................................................... E. stenops Fennah

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Tropiduchidae