Triozidae

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Triozidae
Trioza adventicia.jpg
T. adventicia, showing the trifurcation in wing veins
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Triozidae
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Phylloplecta tripunctata nymphs on underside of leaf of Rubus

Triozidae is one of seven families collectively referred to as jumping plant lice. They have traditionally been considered part of a single family, Psyllidae, but recent classifications divide the group into a total of seven families; most of the genera (over 70) remain in the Psyllidae, but Triozidae is the second-largest family in the group, containing 27 genera, and a number of pest species.

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On the University of Florida / Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Featured Creatures website

The World Psylloidea Database by D. Ouvrard: Triozidae in Psyl'list (in French) (in English) (in Spanish) (in German)