Tosena paviei

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Tosena paviei
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Tosena paviei specimen
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Hemiptera
Family: Cicadidae
Subfamily: Tibiceninae
Tribe: Tosenini
Genus: Tosena
Species: T. paviei
Binomial name
Tosena paviei
(Noualhier, 1896)

Tosena paviei is a cicada species from Southeast Asia. It has been recorded from Thailand[1] and Vietnam.[2] The type specimens(s) were collected on the 'Route de Luang-Prabang à Theng'.[3] Luang Prabang is now in Laos but Theng probably refers to Điện Biên Phủ, a city in the Northwest region of Vietnam near the border with Laos which was formerly called Thaeng or Muong Thanh (Mường Thanh). So it's not clear if the type specimen(s) were collected in Laos or Vietnam.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Boulard, M. The cicadas of Thailand volume 2: taxonomy and sonic ethology. Monograph Series Volume 5. Siri Scientific Press, Rochdale
  2. ^ Pham, H.T., Yang, J.T. 2009. A contribution to the Cicadidae fauna of Vietnam (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha), with one new species and twenty new records. Zootaxa 2249:1–19
  3. ^ Noualhier, M.J.M. 1896. Note sur les Hémiptères récoltés en Indo-Chine et offerts au Muséum par M. Pavie. Bull. Mus. Paris 1896:251-259.

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