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The Homoptera types described by John Scott in the family Delphacidae (Hemiptera)

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The work of the British hemipterist John Scott (1823 - 1888) is outlined with particular reference to the Delphacidae (Homoptera). Details of his collection in the BMNH and Bolton Museum are given and the type material of 20 European and one South American species of Delphacidae, described by Scott, is documented. The following new synonymies are established: Scottianella Anufriev (= Lamprvdelphax Fennah), Florodelphax leplosoma (Flor) (=Liburnia guararnanensis Scott), Flastena jumipennis (Fieber) ( = Libumia lelhierryi Scott) and Toya propinqua (Fieber) (= Liburnia marshalli Scott). Ten lectotypes are designated.

Affiliations: 1: M.D.Webb. Department of Entomology, British Museum (Natural History), Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD, England; 2: M.R. Wilson, Commonwealth Institute of Entomology, c/o British Museum (Natural History), Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD. England


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