Catantopinae

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Catantopinae
Cryptocatantops haemorrhoidalis male.jpg
Male Cryptocatantops haemorrhoidalis
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Orthoptera
Suborder: Caelifera
Superfamily: Acridoidea
Family: Acrididae
Subfamily: Catantopinae
Brunner von Wattenwyl, 1893
Tribes

17, and see text

The subfamily Catantopinae is a group of insects classified under family Acrididae. Commonly called spur-throated grasshoppers,[1] that name is also used for some grasshoppers from related subfamilies, namely the genus Melanoplus from the Melanoplinae. Indeed, the demilintation of these two subfamilies needs restudy, the Podismini for example are sometimes placed here, sometimes in the Melanoplinae.

Tribes and selected genera[edit]

Numerous genera are not yet assigned to tribes. These are:

Abisares[disambiguation needed]AcrolophusAlectorolophellusAlectorolophusAllotriusiaAlpinacrisAlthaemenes[disambiguation needed]AlulacrisAmbreaAmismiziaAnapropacrisAngolacrisAnischnansisAnomalocatantopsAnthermusAntitaApalacrisApalniacrisAresceuticaArmindaAssamacrisAuloserpusiaBacuitaBambusacrisBannacrisBarombia[disambiguation needed]BettotaniaBhutanacridellaBibracte[disambiguation needed]BinaluacrisBrachaspisBrachycatantopsBrachyelytracrisBrownacrisBumacrisBurttiaCalderoniaCallicatantopsCardeniopsisCardeniusCarsulaCarydanaCelebesiaCerechtaChitauraChopardmindaChoroedocusChromophialospheraCingaliaCircocephalusCledraCoenonaColoracrisConiocaraCraneopsisCriotocatantopsCrobylostenusCryptocatantopsCylindracrisDeliacrisDendrocatantopsDescampsillaDigrammacrisDioscoridusDirshillaDubitacrisDuplessisiaDuviardiaEliya[disambiguation needed]EnoplotettixEpacrocatantopsEritrichiusEubocoanaEucnemidiaEupreponotusEupropacrisExopropacrisFer[disambiguation needed]FrontifissiaGemenetaGenimenGenimenoidesGerunda[disambiguation needed]GibbiterqumGuineacrisGuizhouacrisHadrolecocatantopsHarantacrisHarpezocatantopsHeinrichiusHygracrisIkonnikoviaIschnansisIxalidiumJavanacrisKinangopaKwidschwiaLefroyaLiaopodismaLongchuanacrisLonggenacrisLongzhouacrisLucretilis[disambiguation needed]LyrolophusMaculacrisMadimbaniaMaga[disambiguation needed]MagaellaMalua[disambiguation needed]Mananara[disambiguation needed]MayotteaMazaeaMelicodesMelinocatantopsMeltripataMengkokacrisMenglacrisMesambria[disambiguation needed]MicronacrisMillerianaMoessoniaMolucolaMopla[disambiguation needed]NaraikaduaNathanacrisNavasiaNolibaOchlandriphagaOenocatantopsOpharicusOpiptacrisOrthocephalumOshweaOxycardeniusOxycatantopsOxyoidesOxytauchiraPachyacrisPachycatantopsPagdeniaPalniacrisPapridesParacardeniusParacaryandaParahysiellaParalecterolophusParamesambriaParaperinetaParapropacrisParaserpusillaParastenocrobylusParatoacrisParaxenotettixPareuthymiaPeitharchicusPelecinotusPerakiaPerinetaPezocatantopsPhalacaPlatycatantopsPlatycercacrisPododulaPseudofinotinaPseudogerundaPseudohysiellaPteroperaPteroperinaPyramisternumRaciliaRacilideaRanacrisSalinacrisSeduliaSegelliaSerpusiaSerpusiacrisSerpusiformiaSerpusillaSeyrigacrisShennongipodismaSiamacrisSiebersiaSinopodismoidesSinstauchiraSiruvaniaSphaerocranaeStaurocleisStriatoseduliaStrombocardeniopsisSygrusTanganaTauchirideaTauracrisThymiacrisTinnevelliaToxopeusiaTraulacrisTraulitonkinacrisTriodicolacrisTuberoferaTunstallopsUtanacrisUvarovacrisVeseyacrisVisayiaVitticatantopsVohemaraWillemsellaWiltshirellaXenotettixYiniaZeylanacris

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Common Macrotona Grasshopper Fact File". Wildlife of Sydney. Retrieved 2009-04-30. [dead link]