Erythroneura (Ziczacella), Hossain & Kwon & Suh & Kwon, 2019

Hossain, Md. Shamim, Kwon, Jin Hyung, Suh, Sang Jae & Kwon, Yong Jung, 2019, Taxonomic revision of the microleafhopper genus Ziczacella Anufriev 1970 from Korea (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Typhlocybinae), Zootaxa 4571 (3), pp. 363-372: 363-364

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4571.3.4

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Erythroneura (Ziczacella)
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Genus. Ziczacella  Anufriev, 1970

Ziczacella  Anufriev, 1970, Bull. Acad. Pol. Sci. (Ser. Sci. Biol.) 17(11, 12): 697.

Type species. Erythroneura heptapotamica Kusnezov, 1928 

Type locality. Middle Asia

Description. Body moderately slender, head narrower than pronotum. General coloration yellowish, often with pair of dark spots on crown, or sometimes lacking; brown pattern on pronotum and scutellum; zigzagged stripe on forewing. Crown angulate medially, moderately produced, broadly rounded apically. Head including eyes narrower than pronotum. Second sternal apodeme in male with posterior lobes generally not well developed.

Male genitalia. Pygofer lobe rounded or subangularly produced, not reaching apex of subgenital plate posteriorly; dorsal processes movably articulated, rather long, well sclerotized, running along the inner side of pygofer lobe posteriorly. Subgenital plate gently curved upwards and rounded apically in lateral view, with 2¯4 basal macrosetae. Style narrowed apically, with two slender apical and one short triangular subapical processes; inner apical process slender, apparently longer than outer one. Connective with stem absent or very short, depressed, without median anterior lobe; arms long. Aedeagus with shaft usually articulated with pair of robust pincer-shaped processes basally, rarely with shaft firmly fused to base with processes arising from base; shaft with or without processes distally.