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Ricaniidae

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Ricaniidae is a family of planthopper insects, containing over 400 species worldwide. The highest diversity is in tropical Africa and Asia and in Australia, with a few species occurring in the Palearctic and Neotropical realms. It is one of the smaller families in the planthopper superfamily Fulgoroidea.[1]

Subfamilies and Genera

As of 2022, Fulgoromorpha Lists on the Web includes:

Pharsalinae

Auth.: Gnezdilov, 2009 (Neotropical - all presently monotypic)

  1. Pharsalus Melichar, 1906
  2. Ricamela Gnezdilov, 2019
  3. Silvanana Metcalf, 1947

Ricaniinae

Auth.: Amyot & Audinet-Serville, 1843

  1. Acroprivesa Schmidt, 1912
  2. Alisca Stål, 1870
  3. Aliscella Fennah, 1969
  4. Apachnas Distant, 1909
  5. Aprivesa Melichar, 1923
  6. Armacia Stål, 1862
  7. Armilustrium (planthopper) Distant, 1917
  8. Carmentalia (planthopper) Distant, 1917
  9. Coniunctivena Stroinski, Gnezdilov & Bourgoin, 2011
  10. Cotrades Walker, 1858
  11. Cyamosa Stroinski, Gnezdilov & Bourgoin, 2011
  12. Deferundata Distant, 1917
  13. Deraulax Signoret, 1860
  14. Epitemna Melichar, 1898
  15. Epithalamium (planthopper) Kirkaldy, 1906
  16. Euricania Melichar, 1898
  17. Globularica Stroinski, Gnezdilov & Bourgoin, 2011
  18. Hajar (planthopper) Kirkaldy, 1905
  19. Isobium Melichar, 1906
  20. Janssensia Lallemand, 1950
  21. Kazukuru (planthopper) Stroinski, 2021
  22. Keiserana Synave, 1966
  23. Kruegeria Schmidt, 1911
  24. Lambertoniana Dmitriev, 2020
  25. Lugardia Distant, 1909
  26. Mahecania Stroinski, 2013
  27. Marleyia Distant, 1909
  28. Meliprivesa Metcalf, 1952
  29. Mesoricania Melichar, 1923
  30. Motua Distant, 1909
  31. Motumotua Distant, 1909
  32. Mulvia Stål, 1866
  33. Nasatus Stroinski, Gnezdilov & Bourgoin, 2011
  34. Neoprivesa Distant, 1917
  35. Nesomimas Fennah, 1971
  36. Orosanga Fennah, 1971
  37. Osaka (planthopper) Distant, 1909
  38. Paici (planthopper) Stroinski, 2010
  39. Parapiromis Bu, Larivière & Liang, 2010
  40. Paurostauria Kirby, 1900
  41. Plestia Stål, 1870
  42. Pocharica Signoret, 1860
  43. Pocharista Melichar, 1923
  44. Pochazia Amyot & Audinet-Serville, 1843
  45. Pochazina Melichar, 1898
  46. Pochazoides Signoret, 1860
  47. Privesa Stål, 1862
  48. Ricania Germar, 1818 - type genus
  49. Ricanoides Zia, 1935
  50. Ricanopsis Melichar, 1898
  51. Ricanoptera Melichar, 1898
  52. Ricanula Melichar, 1898
  53. Scolypopa Stål, 1859
  54. Scotinax Fennah, 1969
  55. Semestra Jacobi, 1916
  56. Sensorica Stroinski, 2021 – monotypic Sensorica namibiensis Stroinski, 2021
  57. Syndetica Bergroth, 1920
  58. Tarehylava Stroinski, 2021
  59. Tarundia Stål, 1859
  60. Trysanor Williams & Fennah, 1980

Ricaniidae incertae sedis

  • Jeromicanus Stroinski, 2020
  • Five extinct monotypic genera

Gallery

References

  1. ^ Xu, Chang-Qing; Liang, Ai-Ping & Jiang. Guo-Mei (2007): The genus Euricania Melichar (Homoptera: Ricaniidae) from China. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 54 (1): 1–10. PDF fulltext
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Ricaniidae: Brief Summary

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Ricaniidae is a family of planthopper insects, containing over 400 species worldwide. The highest diversity is in tropical Africa and Asia and in Australia, with a few species occurring in the Palearctic and Neotropical realms. It is one of the smaller families in the planthopper superfamily Fulgoroidea.

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