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A new genus of the Lygus complex from China, with descriptions of six new species (Hemiptera: Miridae)

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Heterolygus, a new genus of the Lygus complex, is described and includes ten species from the mountainous areas of Western and Central China. Lygus trivittulatus Reuter, 1906, Charagochilus duplicatus Reuter, 1901, Lygus clavicornis Reuter, 1906 and Lygus validicornis Reuter, 1906 are transferred here as new combinations; descriptive notes of these species are given as amendments to the original descriptions. Six new species are described: H. fusconiger, H. tenuicornis, H. univittatus, H. yadongensis, H. flavoventris, and H. longus.

Affiliations: 1: Le-yi Zheng & Chao Yu, Department of Biology, Nankai University, Tianjin 300071, China (P.R.C.)


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