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A review of the tribe Thophini Distant (Hemiptera: Cicadoidea: Cicadidae) with the description of a new species of Thopha Amyot & Serville

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The tribe Thophini is redefined. It includes only the genera Thopha Amyot & Serville and Arunta Distant, both of which are endemic to Australia. The Caribbean genus Uhleroides Distant is excluded from the Thophini and is transferred to the Zammarini Distant. A new species, Thopha emmotti, is described from western Queensland and a key to the species of Thopha Amyot & Serville is provided.

Affiliations: 1: M. S. Moulds, Centre for Evolutionary Research, Australian Museum, 6 College St., Sydney, NSW 2000 (, Email:


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