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New psyllids from France with redescriptions of the type species of Floria Löw and Amblyrhina Löw (Homoptera: Psylloidea)

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Floria cataloniensis n.sp. and Trioza brachyceraea n.sp. are described and figured. Floria cataloniensis (Host plant Ulex parviflorus) is close to Floria pyrenaea (Mink). Trioza brachyceraea belongs to the 'Trioza dispar group' as defined by Klimaszewski (1975) but its host plant is unknown. Amblyrhina torifrons (Flor), the type species of Amblyrhina Löw, is redescribed together with Floria pyrenaea (Mink) which is established as the type species of Floria Löw. Strophingia cinereae Hodkinson, Floria variegata Löw and Psylla pulchella Löw are recorded from France for the first time.

Affiliations: 1: I. D. Hodkinson & I. M. White, Dept. ofBiol., Liverpool Polytechnic, Byrom Street, Liverpool L3 3AF, England


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