Parafagocyba Kuoh

Huang, Min & Zhang, Yalin, 2013, Review the leafhopper genera Parafagocyba Kuoh et Hu and Zorka Dworakowska (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) with description of a new species and two new records from China, Zootaxa 3608 (1), pp. 81-86: 81-82

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Parafagocyba Kuoh
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Parafagocyba Kuoh   et Hu, 1992

Parafagocyba Kuoh   et Hu, 1992: 322.

Type-species: Parafagocyba binaria Kuoh   et Hu, 1992 Color pattern of dorsum uniformly brownish-red or greenish-yellow, with two rounded patches on anterior margin of vertex ( Figs 1 View FIGURES 1 – 11 , 12 View FIGURES 12 – 22 ).

Anterior margin of vertex rounded, slightly produced and parallel with posterior margin, midlength of vertex shorter than width between eyes, coronal suture reaching to anterior margin. Forewing parallel laterally with apex rounded, 3 rd apical cell with petiole at base ( Fig. 4 View FIGURES 1 – 11 ); hind wings gradually narrowed towards apex with 2 cross veins ( Fig. 5 View FIGURES 1 – 11 ).

Male pygofer side tall with posterior margin rounded and with 2 areas of rigid microsetae in posterior upper angle and ventral basal angle, respectively ( Figs 6 View FIGURES 1 – 11 , 15, 19 View FIGURES 12 – 22 ); subgenital plate broadened basally, narrowed at apical 1 / 3 and rounded apically with setosity including one basal macroseta, row of rigid microsetae at outer margin and apical 1 / 3 of inner margin ( Figs 7 View FIGURES 1 – 11 , 19-20 View FIGURES 12 – 22 ); paramere robust with central part developed and 2 times longer than anterior part, but shorter than caudal part, apex footlike ( Figs 8 View FIGURES 1 – 11 , 18 View FIGURES 12 – 22 ); connective short, Y-shaped, with central lobe developed ( Fig. 16 View FIGURES 12 – 22 ); aedeagus with shaft slender, with unpaired dorsal process arising near base, gonopore apical ( Figs 10 View FIGURES 1 – 11 , 22 View FIGURES 12 – 22 ).

Distribution. Oriental Region (SW of China).