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Superregnum: Eukaryota
Cladus: Unikonta
Cladus: Opisthokonta
Cladus: Holozoa
Regnum: Animalia
Subregnum: Eumetazoa
Cladus: Bilateria
Cladus: Nephrozoa
Cladus: Protostomia
Cladus: Ecdysozoa
Cladus: Panarthropoda
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Hexapoda
Classis: Insecta
Cladus: Dicondylia
Subclassis: Pterygota
Cladus: Metapterygota
Infraclassis: Neoptera
Cladus: Eumetabola
Cladus: Paraneoptera
Superordo: Condylognatha
Ordo: Hemiptera
Subordo: Auchenorrhyncha
Infraorder: Fulgoromorpha
Superfamilia: Fulgoroidea

Familia: Delphacidae

Subfamiliae (6): Asiracinae – Delphacinae – Kelisiinae – Plesiodelphacinae – Stenocraninae – Vizcayinae

Genera Incertae sedis total (10):
Extant groups (9): Epunka – Eunycheuma – Hikona – Jugodina – Lauriana – Megamelodes – Nephropsia – Sogatodes – Unkana
Fossil groups (1): †Amagua
Overview of genera (427)
A

Abbrosoga – Achorotile – Acrodelphax – Aethodelphax – Afrocoronacella – Afrokalpa – Afrosellana – Afrosydne – Agrisicula – Akemetopon – Akilas – Alketon – Aloha – Altekon – †Amagua – Ambarvalia – Amblycotis – Anakelisia – Anchidelphax – Anchodelphax – Anectopia – Aneuidellana – Aneuides – Antidryas – Aoyuanus – Aplanodes – Araeopus – Arcifrons – Arcofaciella – Arcofacies – Asiraca – Asiracemus – Asiracina
B

Bakerella – Bambucibatus – Bambusiphaga – Belocera – Bostaera – Brachycraera – Burnilia
C

Caenodelphax – Calbodus – Calisuspensus – Calligypona – Cantoreanus – Canyra – Carinodelphax – Carinofrons – Cemopsis – Cemus – Changeondelphax – Chilodelphax – Chionomus – Chloriona – Chlorionidea – Clydonagma – Columbiana – Columbisoga – Conocraera – Conomelus – Consociata – Copicerus – Coracodelphax – Cormidius – Coronacella – Cotoya – Criomorphus – Curtometopum
D

Delphacellus – Delphacinus – Delphacissa – Delphacodes – Delphacodoides – Delphax – Dicentropyx – Dicranotropis – Dictyophorodelphax – Dingiana – Diodelphax – Ditropis – Ditropsis – Dogodelphax
E

Ecdelphax – Elachodelphax – Elaphodelphax – Embolophora – Emelyanodelphax – Emoloana – Eodelphax – Eoeurysa – Eorissa – Epeurysa – Epunka – Equasystatus – Eripison – Eshanus – Euconomelus – Euconon – Euidastor – Euidellana – Euidelloides – Euides – Euidopsis – Eumetopina – Eurybregma – Eurysa – Eurysanoides – Eurysella – Eurysula
F

Falcotoya – Fangdelphax – Fennasiraca – Ferganodelphax – Flastena – Florodelphax – Formodelphax – Frameus
G

Ganus – Garaga – Gelastodelphax – Glabrinotum – Gravesteiniella – Gufacies – Guidelphax
H

Hadropygos – Haerinella – Hagamiodes – Hainanaella – Halmyra – Hapalomelus – Haplodelphax – Harmalia – Harmalianodes – Herbalima – Hikona – Himeunka – Hirozunka – Holzfussella – Homosura – Horcoma – Horcomana – Horvathianella – Hosunka – Hyledelphax
I

Idiobregma – Idiosemus – Idiosystatus – Ilburnia – Indozuriel – Ishiharodelphax – Isodelphax – Isogaetis – Issedonia – Iubsoda – Izella
J

Jassidaeus – Javesella – Jinlinus – Jugodina
K

Kakuna – Kartalia – Kazachicesa – Kelisia – Kelisicranus – Kelisoidea – Keyflana – Kiambrama – Kormus – Kosswigianella – Kusnezoviella
L

Laccocera – Lacertina – Lamaxa – Laminatopina – Lanaphora – Laodelphax – Laoterthrona – Latistria – Lauriana – Leialoha – Leimonodite – Leptodelphax – Leptoeurysa – Leucydria – Liburnia – Liburniella – Lisogata – Litemixia – Litochodelphax – Livatiella – Livatis – Longtania – Luda – Luxorianella
M

Macrocorupha – Macrotomella – Mahmutkashgaria – Makarorysa – Malaxa – Malaxella – Malaxodes – Maosogata – Marquedryas – Matsumuranoda – Matutinus – Megadelphax – Megamelanus – Megamelodes – Megamelus – Melanesia – Melanugyops – Mengdelphax – Meristopsis – Mestus – Metadelphax – Metroma – Metropis – Micistylus – Micreuides – Micromasoria – Mirabella – Miranus – Mirocauda – Monospinodelphax – Mucillnata – Muellerianella – Muirodelphax
N

Nanotoya – Nataliana – Nazugumia – Necodan – Nemetor – Neobelocera – Neocarinodelphax – Neoconon – Neodicranotropis – Neogadora – Neomalaxa – Neomegamelanus – Neometopina – Neoperkinsiella – Neopunana – Neoterthrona – Neovizcaya – Nephropsia – Nesodryas – Nesorestias – Nesorthia – Nesosydne – Neunkanodes – Neuterthron – Nicetor – Nilaparvata – Niphisia – Nothodelphax – Nothokalpa – Nothorestias – Notogryps – Notohyus – NotuchoidesNotuchus – Numata – Numathriambus – Numatodes – Nycheuma
O

Oaristes – Obtusicranus – Oncodelphax – Onidodelphax – Opiconsiva – Orcaenas – Orchesma – Orientoya – Ostama
P

Palego – Paraconon – Paracorbulo – Paradelphacodes – Paradelphax – Paraliburnia – Paralivatiella – Paramestus – Paranda – Parapunana – Parasogata – Paratoya – Pareuidella – Parkana – Partoya – Pastiroma – Peliades – Penepissonotus – Pentagramma – Pentasteira – Peregrinus – Perimececera – Perkinsiella – Phacalastor – Phrictopyga – Phyllodictus – Phyllodinus – Pissonotus – Plagiotropis – Platycorpus – Platyeurysa – Platypareia – Platysystatus – Platytibia – Plesiodelphax – Prasliniana – Preterkelisia – Procidelphax – Prokelisia – Prolivatis – Proterosydne – Pseudaraeopus – Pseudembolophora – Pseudodelphacodes – Pseudomacrocorupha – Punana – Pundaluoya – Purohita – Pygospina
Q

Qianlia – Queenslandicesa
R

Ramidelphax – Rectivertex – Remanodelphax – Rhinodelphax – Rhinotettix – Rhombotoya – Ribautodelphax – Rotundifronta
S

Saccharosydne – Sardia – Scolopygos – Scotoeurysa – Scottianella – Sembrax – †Serafinana – Shijidelphax – Sinolacme – Smaroides – Smicrotatodelphax – Sogata – Sogatella – Sogatellana – Sogatodes – Sogatopsis – Sparnia – Spartidelphax – Specinervures – Spinaprocessus – Spinidelphacella – Stenocranus – Stenokelisia – Stiroma – Stiromella – Stiromeurysa – Stiromoides – Stobaera – Stolbax – Strophalinx – Struebingianella – Sulix – Syndelphax – Synpteron
T

Tagosodes – Tanycranus – Tarophagus – Temenites – Terauchiana – Terthron – Terthronella – Tetrasteira – Thrasymemnon – Thriambus – Thymobares – Thymodelphax – Toya – Toyalana – Toyoides – Trichodelphax – Triloris – Tropidocephala – Tumidagena – Tyrphodelphax
U

Ugyops – Ulanar – Unkana – Unkanodella – Unkanodes
V

Veo – Vizcaya
W

Weidnerianella – Wuyia
X

Xalama – Xanthodelphax – Xinchloriona
Y

Yalia – Yanunka – Yichunus – Yuanchia – Yukonodelphax
Z

Zanchetrius – Zhuangella – Zhudelphax
Name

Delphacidae Leach, 1815
Synonyms

Asiracidae De Motschulsky, 1863
Araeopidae Metcalf, 1938
Delphacida Leach, 1815 previous name

References

Leach W.E. 1815: Entomology. The Edinburgh Encyclopedia, 9: 57–172.
Asche, M., Hayashi, M. & Fujinuma, S. 2016. Enigmatic distribution: first record of a hitherto New World planthopper taxon from Japan (Hemiptera, Fulgoroidea, Delphacidae, Plesiodelphacinae). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 63(1): 75–88. DOI: 10.3897/dez.63.7178. Reference page.
Bartlett, C.R. & Kennedy, A.C. 2018. A review of New World Malaxa (Hemiptera: Fulgoroidea: Delphacidae). Zootaxa 4441(3): 511–528. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.4441.3.5 Paywall Reference page.
Bartlett, C. & Webb, M. 2014. The planthopper genus Spartidelphax, a new segregate of Nearctic Delphacodes (Hemiptera, Delphacidae). ZooKeys, 453: 19–36. DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.453.8369 Open access. Reference page.
Campodonico, J.F. 2017. A new species of Pentagramma Van Duzee (Hemiptera: Delphacidae: Asiracinae) from Chile, with notes on the host relations of the Idiosystatini Emeljanov. Zootaxa 4291(3): 588–594. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.4291.3.11. Reference page.
Della Giustina, W., 2010: A new species of Delphacidae from Spain (Hem.: Auchenorrhyncha: Fulgoromorpha). Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France 115 (1): 57–58.
Dmitriev, D.A.; McKamey, S.H. 2013: Nomenclatural changes in Cicadellidae: Typhlocybinae and Delphacidae (Homoptera). ZooKeys, 277: 109–113. DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.277.4273 Reference page.
Ding, J.-H., 2006: Fauna Sinica. Insecta. Homoptera Delphacidae. 45: 776 pp. Editorial Committee of Fauna Sinica, Academia Sinica. Science Press, Beijing (China).
Koçak, A.Ö. & Kemal, M. 2008. Nomenclatural notes in the genus group taxa of Homoptera. Centre for Entomological Studies Ankara miscellaneous papers 139–140: 15. Internet Archive Reference page.
Li, H-X., Yang, L.Y. & Chen, X-S. 2019. Taxonomic study of the genus Malaxa Melichar, with descriptions of two new species from China (Hemiptera, Fulgoroidea, Delphacidae). Zookeys, 861: 43–52. DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.861.32777 Reference page.
Ren, F-J., Xie, Q. & Qin, D-Z. 2015. Mestus cruciatus, a new delphacid species from southwest China with some remarks on the genus (Hemiptera, Fulgoromorpha, Delphacidae). ZooKeys 545: 67-74. DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.545.5992 Full article Reference page.
Edinburgh Ency. 9: 125
Zhou, Z-X., Yang, L. & Chen, X-S. 2018. Parasogata gen. n., a new genus of the tribe Delphacini with descriptions of two new species from China (Hemiptera, Fulgoromorpha, Delphacidae). Zookeys, 806: 73–85. DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.806.26394 Reference page.
Zhou, Z-X., Yang, L. & Chen, X-S. 2019. Taxonomic study of the genus Aoyuanus Ding & Chen, with descriptions of two new species (Hemiptera, Fulgoromorpha, Delphacidae). Zookeys, 822: 53–65. DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.822.26929 Reference page.

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Delphacidae Taxon details in FLOW - Hemiptera data bases

Vernacular names
日本語: ウンカ科

Delphacidae is a family of planthoppers containing about 2000 species, distributed worldwide. Delphacids are separated from other "hoppers" by the prominent spur on the tibia of the hindleg.

Diet and Pest species

All species are phytophagous, many occurring on various grasses. Some species are significant pests and important vectors for cereal pathogens; for example:

The rice brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens (Stål)
The white-backed planthopper (rice), Sogatella furcifera (Horváth, 1899)
The sugarcane planthopper, Perkinsiella saccharicida Kirkaldy, 1903

Subfamilies, tribes and selected genera

Fulgoromorpha Lists On the Web includes the following tribes and genera (complete lists where tribe unassigned):[1]
Asiracinae

Auth.: Motschulsky, 1863

Tribe Asiracini Motschulsky, 1863
Tribe Eodelphacini Emeljanov, 1995
Tribe Idiosystatini Emeljanov, 1995
Tribe Neopunanini Emeljanov, 1995
Tribe Platysystatini Emeljanov, 1995
Tribe Tetrasteirini Emeljanov, 1995
Tribe Ugyopini Fennah, 1979

Delphacinae

Auth.: Leach, 1815 - world-wide, selected genera:

Tribe Delphacini Leach, 1815
Aloha Kirkaldy, 1904
Criomorphus Curtis, 1833
Delphacinus Fieber, 1866
Delphacodes Fieber, 1866 (synonym Delphax Latreille, 1807)
Javesella Fennah, 1963
Kakuna Matsumura, 1935
Megamelus Fieber, 1866
Metadelphax Wagner, 1963
Muellerianella Wagner, 1963
Muirodelphax Wagner, 1963
Nilaparvata Distant, 1906
Nothodelphax Fennah, 1963
Paraliburnia Jensen-Haarup, 1917
Prokelisia Osborn, 1905
Pseudaraeopus Kirkaldy, 1904 - synonym Delphacodes Melichar, 1901
Sogatella Fennah, 1956
Toya Distant, 1906
Xanthodelphax Wagner, 1963[2]
Adult

Stenocranus minutus
Tribe Saccharosydnini Vilbaste, 1968
Lacertinella (Remes Lenicov & Rossi Batiz) 2011
Neomalaxa Muir, 1918
Pseudomacrocorupha Muir, 1930
Saccharosydne Kirkaldy, 1907
Tribe Tropidocephalini Muir, 1915
Tropidocephala Stål, 1853

Kelisiinae

Auth.: Wagner, 1963

Anakelisia Wagner, 1963
Kelisia Fieber, 1866

Plesiodelphacinae

Auth.: Asche, 1985 - neotropical

Burnilia Muir & Giffard, 1924
Plesiodelphax Asche, 1985

Stenocraninae

Auth.: Wagner, 1963

Embolophora Stål, 1853
Frameus Bartlett, 2010
Kelisicranus Bartlett, 2006
Obtusicranus Bartlett, 2006
Preterkelisia Yang, 1989
Proterosydne Kirkaldy, 1907
Stenocranus Fieber, 1866 - type genus
Stenokelisia Ribaut, 1934
Tanycranus Bartlett, 2010
Terauchiana Matsumura, 1915

Vizcayinae

Auth.: Asche, 1990 – SE Asia

Neovizcaya Liang, 2002
Vizcaya Muir, 1917 - type genus

Subfamily not placed

†Amagua Cockerell, 1924
Epunka Matsumura, 1935
Eunycheuma Yang, 1989
Hikona Matsumura, 1935
Jugodina Schumacher, 1915
Lauriana Ren & Qin, 2014
Megamelodes Le Quesne, 1960
Nephropsia Costa, 1862
Sogatodes Fennah, 1963
Unkana Matsumura, 1935

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