Jilinga

Naveed, Hassan & Zhang, Yalin, 2018, Review of the genus Jilinga Ghauri (Cicadellidae: Deltocephalinae: Paralimnini) in Pakistan with description of two new species, Zootaxa 4457 (4), pp. 568-576: 569

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4457.4.6

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:E6BC9BE9-2D33-4960-A977-BFD19261A8D1

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03D8162E-FFA0-BB79-FEC0-FACC60FA53A5

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Plazi

scientific name

Jilinga
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Key to Jilinga  species of Pakistan (Ƌ)

1. Subgenital plate divided into two distinct lobes by deep lateral emargination ( Fig. 6D View Figure ); anal tube ventral processes with fused section longer than distal branches, branches with only small denticuli present ( Fig. 6C View Figure ); aedeagal shaft broad in posterior view, no more than three times longer than wide ( Fig. 6F View Figure )................................................. J. gopii 

- Subgenital plate shallowly concave laterally, not divided into two distinct lobes ( Figs 3E View Figure , 5D View Figure ); anal tube ventral processes with fused section shorter than distal branches, branches with large teeth ( Figs 3B View Figure , 5B View Figure ); aedeagal shaft narrow in posterior view, more than four times longer than wide ( Figs 3G View Figure , 5G View Figure ).......................................................... 2

2. Dorsal connective less than twice as wide as distance between dorsal and ventral arms ( Fig. 3G View Figure ); anal tube appendage ventral branches with smaller teeth evenly distributed between pair of large teeth in posterior view ( Fig. 3B View Figure )...................................................................................................... J. neelumensis  sp. nov.

- Dorsal connective more than twice as wide as distance between dorsal and ventral arms ( Fig. 5G View Figure ); anal tube appendage ventral branches with smaller teeth concentrated on large medial tooth ( Figs 5B, C View Figure )........................ J. truncata  sp. nov.