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Delphacidae

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Delphacidae is a family of planthoppers containing about 2000 species, distributed worldwide. Delphacids are separated from other "hoppers" by the prominent spur on the tibia of the hindleg. All species are phytophagous, many occurring on various grasses, and some are important vectors for cereal pathogens. The brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens (Stål), is an example.

Genera

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Extant Hemiptera families
Suborder Auchenorrhyncha
CicadomorphaCercopoidea
(froghoppers) Cicadoidea
(cicadas) Membracoidea Fulgoromorpha
(planthoppers)Fulgoroidea
Suborder Sternorrhyncha
Aleyrodoidea Aphidoidea
(aphids) Coccoidea
(scale insects) Phylloxeroidea Psylloidea
Suborder Heteroptera (with Coleorrhyncha)
Dipsocoromorpha EnicocephalomorphaEnicocephaloidea Gerromorpha
(semiaquatic bugs)Gerroidea Hebroidea Hydrometroidea Mesovelioidea
(water treaders) Leptopodomorpha Nepomorpha
(true water bugs)Corixoidea Nepoidea Ochteroidea Aphelocheiroidea Naucoroidea Notonectoidea Pleoidea Peloridiomorpha
(Coleorrhyncha)
CimicomorphaCimicoidea PentatomomorphaAradoidea Pentatomoidea
(shield bugs) Coreoidea Lygaeoidea Pyrrhocoroidea
Note: Coleorrhyncha are a different clade from Heteroptera. Heteroptera with Coleorrhyncha were referred to as Prosorrhyncha.


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Delphacidae: Brief Summary

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Delphacidae is a family of planthoppers containing about 2000 species, distributed worldwide. Delphacids are separated from other "hoppers" by the prominent spur on the tibia of the hindleg. All species are phytophagous, many occurring on various grasses, and some are important vectors for cereal pathogens. The brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens (Stål), is an example.

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