Idiocerus

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Idiocerus
Idiocerus lituratus 01.JPG
I. lituratus
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Hemiptera
Family: Cicadellidae
Genus: Idiocerus
Lewis, 1834
Species

See text.

Idiocerus is a large genus of homopteran bugs belonging to the family Cicadellidae (the leafhoppers). The group is characterized by a very short and broadly rounded vertex (head); many species are very similar and difficult to identify. Most are found on specific host plants, particularly poplars and willows. For instance the common European species I. vitreus is found exclusively on certain poplars.

Species[edit]

Species include:

Holarctic species[edit]

  • I. stigmaticalis[1]

European species[edit]

  • I. aaliensis
  • I. affinis
  • I. albicans][2]
  • I. confusus
  • I. distinguendus
  • I. elegans
  • I. fulgidus
  • I. herrichii[3]
  • I. humilis
  • I. lambertiei
  • I. laminatus[4]
  • I. lituratus[5]
  • I. maculicollis
  • I. nitidissimus
  • I. poecilus
  • I. populi
  • I. ribauti[6]
  • I. rutilans[7]
  • I. salgiris
  • I. similis
  • I. tremulae[8]
  • I. ustulatus[9]
  • I. vicinus
  • I. vitreus[10]
  • I. vittifrons[11]

Nearctic species[edit]

  • I. albolinea
  • I. alternatus
  • I. amabilis
  • I. amoemus
  • I. apache
  • I. aureus
  • I. balli
  • I. cabottii
  • I. canae
  • I. carolina
  • I. catalinus
  • I. cedrus
  • I. cephalicus
  • I. cinctus
  • I. cognatus
  • I. couleanus
  • I. delongi
  • I. depictus
  • I. distinctus
  • I. duzeei
  • I. ensiger
  • I. exilus
  • I. femoratus
  • I. formosus
  • I. freytagi
  • I. gillettei
  • I. immaculatus
  • I. indistinctus
  • I. inebrius
  • I. interruptus
  • I. iodes
  • I. lachrymalis
  • I. lucidae
  • I. lunaris
  • I. maximus
  • I. midas
  • I. moniliferae
  • I. morosus
  • I. musteus
  • I. nervatus
  • I. obispanus
  • I. obsoletus
  • I. obstinatus
  • I. omani
  • I. pallidus
  • I. pericallis
  • I. perplexus
  • I. productus
  • I. pyramidatus
  • I. ramentosus
  • I. raphus
  • I. rossi
  • I. rotundens
  • I. rufus
  • I. setaceus
  • I. snowi
  • I. striola
  • I. subnitens
  • I. suturalis
  • I. tahotus
  • I. taiga
  • I. taxodium
  • I. texanus
  • I. tonotonus
  • I. unicolor
  • I. vanduzeei
  • I. varians
  • I. venosus
  • I. verticis
  • I. xanthiops

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