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Review of the Chinese species of Ducetiini (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Phaneropterinae)

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The Chinese representatives of the tribe Ducetiini are partly revised. The paper includes descriptions of new taxa (Ducetia borealis sp. n., Kuwayamaea inflata sp. n., K. anhuii sp. n., K. fujiani sp. n., K. hunani sp. n., K. brachyptera sp. n., Prohimerta guizhouensis sp. n., P. fujianensis sp. n., P. hubeiensis sp. n., P. sichuanensis sp. n., Shirakisotima furca sp. n., Paraducetia paracruciata gen. & sp. n.) and of the previously unknown female of Sh. brevifissa Wang & Liu, identification keys to genera and species of Chinese Ducetiini for males, notes about systematic position and distribution of the taxa examined [the former genus Anisotima Bey-Bienko is a subgenus of the genus Prohimerta Hebard; Sh. acuminata Wang & Liu is possibly a junior synonym of Sh. multipunctata (Kang & Yang); some published data on distribution of K. sapporensis Matsumura & Shiraki, Prohimerta yunnana (Bey-Bienko), and Paraducetia cruciata (Brunner von Wattenwyl) are probably erroneous].

Affiliations: 1: Kang Le, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100080, China (, Email:; 2: A.V. Gorochov, Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, S. Petersburg 199034, Russia (, Email:


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