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The psyllids (Homoptera: Psylloidea) of Mallorca

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Rhachistoneura n. gen. (type species R. varicicosla n. sp.) Rhodochlanis suaedae n. sp. and Strophingia hispanica n. sp. are described and figured. Rhachisloneura (host plant probably Erica/Calluna) is close to Agonoscena End., Acaerus Log. and Lisronia Log. Rhodochlanis suaedae (host plant Suaeda vera) is close to R. parvipllnctatlls Log. while Strophingia hispanica (host plant Erica multiflora) is closest to S. arborea Log. The separation and synonymy of the mediterranean Agonoscefla is discussed and the species are figured. Agonoscena cisti (Put.), Euphyllura fasciata Horv., Arytainilla eytisi (Put.), Psylla alaterni Först, Trioza chenopodii Reut., Trioza galii Först and Trioza trisignata Löw are recorded from Mallorca for the first time. KEYWORDS: Psylloidea, Homoptera, Rhachistoneura, Rhodochlanis, Strophingia, Agonoscena, species descriptions, Spain, Mallorca.

Affiliations: 1: Dept. of Biol., Liverpool Polytechnic, Byrom Street, Liverpool, L3 3AF, England, Dept. of Entomology, British Museum (Natural History), London, SW7 5BD


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