Fulgoromorpha

Ricania japonica, copyright Vakhtang Janjghava.


Belongs within: Hemiptera.
Contains: Fulgoridae, Issidae, Delphacidae, Achilidae, Flatidae, Derbidae, Cixiidae.

The Fulgoromorpha are plant-sucking bugs including the modern Fulgoroidea and their possible predecessors, the Permian Coleoscytidae. Fulgoroids can be distinguished from other living hemipterans by their antennae being located ventrally to the eyes and having an enlarged, more or less bulbous pedicel with wart-like sensilla. Families of fulgoroids include the Meenoplidae, characterised by have one or both of the anal veins of the forewing granulate (Carver et al. 1991).

Synapomorphies (from Shcherbakov & Popov 2002): Mesonotum with longitudinal carinae; tegula concealing forewing base; basicubital triangle short in forewing; coxae separated mesally.

<==Fulgoromorpha
    |  i. s.: Boreocixius K-P91
    |         Tricrosbia K-P91
    |--Coleoscytidae [Coleoscytoidea] SP02
    `--Fulgoroidea SP02
         |  i. s.: Surijokocixius K-P91 [Surijokocixiidae SP02]
         |         Fulgoridae SP02
         |         Issidae SP02
         |         Nogodinidae SP02
         |           |  i. s.: Salona panorpaeformis CGW91
         |           |         Nurunderia chrysopoides CGW91
         |           `--Lipocalliini FM08 [Lipocalliinae, Nogodininae]
         |                |--Lipocallia Kirkaldy 1906 FM08
         |                `--Bilbilicallia Jacobi 1928 FM08
         |         Oeclidius [Kinnaridae] RH88
         |           |--O. antricola RH88
         |           |--O. hades RH88
         |           `--O. minos RH88
         |         Tropiduchidae SP02
         |           |  i. s.: Ossa WEE70
         |           |           |--O. formosa WEE70
         |           |           `--O. venusta WEE70
         |           |         Ommatissis binotatus BM76
         |           |--Alleloplasis Waterhouse 1839 FM08 [Bladininae MC13, Gaetuliini]
         |           |--Oligaethus [Tropiduchinae, Tropiduchini] MC13
         |           |--Trichoduchus [Trypetimorphini] CGW91
         |           |    `--T. biermani CGW91
         |           `--Tambiniini CGW91
         |                |--Tambinia venusta CGW91
         |                `--Kallitambinia australis CGW91
         |         Tettigometra H01 [Tettigometridae E02]
         |         Meenoplidae RH88
         |           |  i. s.: Meenoplus cancavus Remane & Hoch 1988 RH88
         |           `--Nisiinae MC13
         |                |--Nisia atrovenosa K08
         |                |--Suva koebelei Kirkaldy 1906 CGW91, K08
         |                `--Phaconeura CGW91
         |                     |--P. caesa CGW91
         |                     |--P. froggatti CGW91
         |                     `--P. pluto RH88
         |         Hypochthonella [Hypochthonellidae] RH88
         |           `--H. caeca RH88
         |         Carpopodus [Lalacidae] GE05
         |           `--C. difficilis GE05
         |         Pyrilla B88
         |           |--P. aberrans B88
         |           `--P. perpusilla B88
         |         Dictyopharidae F05
         |           |--Bursinia galaxia Emeljanov & Drosopoulos 2004 F05
         |           |--Rhynchomitra microrhina BM76
         |           |--Cleotyche MC13
         |           |--Thanatodictya praeferrata CGW91
         |           |--Hasta CGW91
         |           |--Netutela NR13
         |           `--Austrorgerius [Orgeriinae] CGW91
         |                `--A. collinae CGW91
         |         Eurybrachyidae K91
         |           |  i. s.: Gelastopsis insignis C91
         |           `--Platybrachyini [Platybrachinae]
         |                |--Olonia CGW91
         |                |--Dardus abbreviatus CGW91, R70
         |                `--Platybrachys K91
         |                     |--P. decemmacula K91
         |                     |--P. leucostigma C91
         |                     `--P. maculipennis CGW91
         |         Achilixidae CGW91
         |         Acanalonia L88 [Acanaloniidae CGW91]
         |         Lophopidae CGW91
         |           |--Lophops saccharicida CGW91
         |           `--Kasserota CGW91
         |         Gengidae CGW91
         |--Delphacidae E02
         `--+--Achilidae E02
            |--Flatidae E02
            |--Derbidae E02
            |--+--Cixiidae E02
            |  `--Fulgoridiidae GE05
            `--Ricaniidae E02
                 |--Scolypopa australis (Walker 1851) H82
                 |--Ricania japonica E02
                 `--Orosanga YS01

*Type species of generic name indicated

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