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Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Animalia
Subregnum: Eumetazoa
Cladus: Bilateria
Cladus: Nephrozoa
Cladus: Protostomia
Cladus: Ecdysozoa
Cladus: Panarthropoda
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Hexapoda
Classis: Insecta
Cladus: Dicondylia
Subclassis: Pterygota
Ordo: Orthoptera
Subordo: Caelifera
Infraordo: Acrididea
Superfamilia: Acridoidea

Familia: Acrididae
Subfamilia: Melanoplinae
Tribus (6): Conalcaeini - Dactylotini - Dichroplini - Jivarini - Melanoplini - Podismini

Genera not assigned to any tribus (16): Agnostokasia – Aidemona – Akamasacris – Duartettix – Karokia – Longgenacris – Mexacris – Mexitettix – Nisquallia – Oaxaca – Parascopas – Pedies – Propedies – Psilotettix – Radacris – Tijucella – Tiyantiyana
Name

Melanoplinae Scudder, 1897
References

Template:Scudder, 1897

Cigliano, M.M. 2011: On the type specimens of Dichromatos corupa and Dichromatos montanus (Orthoptera, Acridoidea, Melanoplinae). Zootaxa, 2981: 63–64. Preview
Jiang, B., Wang, H.J., Storozhenko, S.Y. & Huang, J.H. 2019. Notes on the grasshopper genera Longgenacris You & Li, 1983 and Fruhstorferiola Willemse, 1922 (Orthoptera: Acrididae: Melanoplinae) with proposal of a new synonym. Zootaxa 4624(3): 397–406. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.4624.3.8. Reference page.
Liu, H-X., Yan, L-Y. & Jiang, G-F. 2017. The complete mitochondrial genome of the jumping grasshopper Sinopodisma pieli (Orthoptera: Acrididae) and the phylogenetic analysis of Melanoplinae. Zootaxa 4363(4): 506–520. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.4363.4.3 Reference page.
Mariño-Pérez, R., Fontana, P. & Woller, D.A. 2018. Studies in Mexican Grasshoppers: A new species of Pedies Saussure (Acrididae: Melanoplinae) with comments on the unusual blue coloration on the abdomens of females and live specimen images for three other congenerics. Zootaxa 4459(3): 551–564. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.4459.3.8 Paywall Reference page.

Links

http://orthoptera.speciesfile.org/Common/basic/Taxa.aspx?TaxonNameID=1109732
http://www.catalogueoflife.org/col/browse/tree/id/b2228c1741e75697e6eb4fb3a3b43002 Catalogue of Life: 29th November 2018 edition>

The Melanoplinae are a subfamily of grasshoppers in the family Acrididae. They are distributed across the Holarctic and Neotropical realms.[1] They are one of the two largest subfamilies in the Acrididae. As of 2001 the Melanoplinae contained over 800 species in over 100 genera, with more species being described continuously.[1] The genera of the Melanoplinae are classified in 7 tribes, including Conalcaeini, Dactylotini, Dichroplini, Jivarini, Melanoplini, Podismini, and Prumnini.[2]
Melanoplus yarrowii
Miramella alpina
Prumnacris rainierensis
Aeoloplides chenopodii
Prumnacris rainierensis
Genera

These genera belong to the subfamily Melanoplinae:

Aeoloplides Caudell, 1915 i c g b s
Agnostokasia Gurney & Rentz, 1964 i c g b s
Agroecotettix Bruner, 1908 i c g b s
Aidemona Brunner, 1893 i c g b s
Akamasacris Cigliano & Otte, 2003 s
Anepipodisma Huang, 1984 s
Apacris Hebard, 1931 s
Appalachia Rehn & Rehn, 1936 i c g b
Aptenopedes Scudder, 1877 i c g b s
Argemiacris Ronderos, 1978 s
Asemoplus Scudder, 1897 i c g b
Aztecacris Roberts, 1947 i c g b s
Baeacris Rowell & Carbonell, 1977 s
Barytettix Scudder, 1897 i c g b s
Bogotacris Ronderos, 1979 s
Bohemanella Ramme, 1951 s
Boliviacris Ronderos & Cigliano, 1990 s
Booneacris Rehn & Randell, 1962 i c g b
Bradynotes Scudder, 1870 i c g b
Buckellacris Rehn & Rehn, 1945 i c g b
Campylacantha Scudder, 1897 i c g b s
Cephalotettix Scudder, 1897 s
Chibchacris Hebard, 1923 s
Chloroplus Hebard, 1918 i c g b s
Chortopodisma Ramme, 1951 c g
Ciglianacris Cadena-Castañeda & Cardona, 2017 s
Comansacris Ronderos & Cigliano, 1990 s
Conalcaea Scudder, 1897 i c g b s
Cophopodisma Ramme, 1951 c g
Cophoprumna Dovnar-Zapolskij, 1932 s
Coyacris Ronderos, 1991 s
Dactylotum Charpentier, 1843 i c g b s
Dasyscirtus Bruner, 1908 s
Dendrotettix Packard, 1890 i c g b
Dichroplus Stål, 1873 c g b s
Dicranophyma Uvarov, 1921 s
Digamacris Carbonell, 1989 s
Duartettix Perez-Gelabert & Otte, 2000 s
Eokingdonella Yin, 1984 s
Eotettix Scudder, 1897 i c g b s
Epipodisma Ramme, 1951 c g
Eurotettix Bruner, 1906 c g
Floridacris Otte, 2014 s
Floritettix Otte, 2014 s
Fruhstorferiola Willemse, 1921 s
Genimen Bolívar, 1917 s
Gibbitergum Zheng & Shi, 1998 s
Guizhouacris Yin & Li, 2006 s
Gymnoscirtetes Scudder, 1897 i c g b s
Hazelacris Ronderos, 1981 s
Hebardacris Rehn, 1952 i c g b
Hesperotettix Scudder, 1875 i c g b s
Huastecacris Fontana & Buzzetti, 2007 s
Huaylasacris Cigliano, Pocco & Lange, 2011 s
Hydnosternacris Amédégnato & Descamps, 1978 s
Hypochlora Brunner, 1863 i c g b s
Hypsalonia Gurney & Eades, 1961 i c g b
Intiacris Ronderos & Cigliano, 1990 s
Italopodisma Harz, 1973 s
Jivarus Giglio-Tos, 1898 s
Karokia Rehn, 1964 i c g b s
Keyopsis Ronderos & Cigliano, 1993 s
Liaopodisma Zheng, 1990 s
Liladownsia Fontana, Mariño-Pérez, Woller & Song, 2014 s
Maeacris Ronderos, 1983 s
Mariacris Ronderos & Turk, 1989 s
Maylasacris Cigliano & Amédégnato, 2010 s
Melanoplus Stål, 1873 i c g b s
Meridacris Roberts, 1937 s
Mexacris Otte, 2007 s
Mexitettix Otte, 2007 s
Micropodisma Dovnar-Zapolskij, 1932 c g
Miramella Dovnar-Zapolskij, 1932 c g
Nahuelia Liebermann, 1942 s
Necaxacris Roberts, 1939 s
Neopedies Hebard, 1931 s
Netrosoma Scudder, 1897 c g b s
Nisquallia Rehn, 1952 i c g b s
Oaxaca Fontana, Buzzetti & Mariño-Pérez, 2011 s
Odontopodisma Dovnar-Zapolskij, 1932 c g
Oedaleonotus Scudder, 1897 i c g b s
Oedomerus Bruner, 1907 s
Oreophilacris Roberts, 1937 s
Oropodisma Uvarov, 1942 c g
Orotettix Ronderos & Carbonell, 1994 s
Pachypodisma Dovnar-Zapolskij, 1932 s
Paraidemona Brunner, 1893 i c g b s
Parapodisma Mistshenko, 1947 c g
Parascopas Bruner, 1906 s
Paratonkinacris You & Li, 1983 s
Paratylotropidia Brunner, 1893 i c g b s
Paroxya Scudder, 1877 i c g b s
Pediella Roberts, 1937 s
Pedies Saussure, 1861 s
Peripodisma Willemse, 1972 s
Perixerus Gerstaecker, 1873 s
Phaedrotettix Scudder, 1897 i c g b s
Phaulotettix Scudder, 1897 i c g b s
Philocleon Scudder, 1897 c g b s
Phoetaliotes Scudder, 1897 i c g b s
Podismodes Ramme, 1939 s
Poecilotettix Scudder, 1897 i c g b s
Ponderacris Ronderos & Cigliano, 1991 s
Propedies Hebard, 1931 s
Prumna Motschulsky, 1859 s
Prumnacris Rehn & Rehn, 1944 i c g b s
Pseudopodisma Mistshenko, 1947 c g
Pseudoprumna Dovnar-Zapolskij, 1932 c g
Pseudoscopas Hebard, 1931 s
Pseudozubovskia Zheng, Lin, Zhang & Zeng, 2014 s
Psilotettix Bruner, 1908 i c g s
Qinlingacris Yin & Chou, 1979 s
Radacris Ronderos & Sánchez, 1983 s
Rectimargipodisma Zheng, Li & Wang, 2004 s
Rhabdotettix Scudder, 1897 i s
Rhinopodisma Mistshenko, 1954 s
Sinaloa Scudder, 1897 i c g s
Taipodisma Yin, Zheng & Yin, 2014 s
Tijucella Amédégnato & Descamps, 1979 s
Timotes Roberts, 1937 s
Tiyantiyana Cigliano, Pocco & Lange, 2011 s
Tonkinacris Carl, 1916 s
Urubamba Bruner, 1913 s
Xiangelilacris Zheng, Huang & Zhou, 2008 s
Yungasus Mayer, 2006 s
Zubovskya Dovnar-Zapolskij, 1932 c g

Data sources: i = ITIS,[3] c = Catalogue of Life,[4] g = GBIF,[5] b = Bugguide.net.[6] s = Orthoptera Species File[7]
References

Chintauan-Marquier, Ioana C.; Jordan, Steve; Berthier, Pierre; Amédégnato, Christiane; Pompanon, François (2011). "Evolutionary history and taxonomy of a short-horned grasshopper subfamily: The Melanoplinae (Orthoptera: Acrididae)". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 58 (1): 22–32. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2010.07.003. PMID 20643218.
Woller, Derek A.; Fontana, Paolo; Mariño-Pérez, Ricardo; Song, Hojun (2014). "Studies in Mexican Grasshoppers: Liladownsia fraile, a new genus and species of Dactylotini (Acrididae: Melanoplinae) and an updated molecular phylogeny of Melanoplinae". Zootaxa. 3793 (4): 475–95. doi:10.11646/zootaxa.3793.4.6. hdl:10449/23550. PMID 24870186.
"Melanoplinae Report". Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Retrieved 2018-04-25.
"Catalogue of Life". Retrieved 2018-04-25.
"GBIF". Retrieved 2018-04-25.
"Melanoplinae Subfamily Information". BugGuide.net. Retrieved 2018-04-25.
Otte, Daniel; Cigliano, Maria Marta; Braun, Holger; Eades, David C. "Orthoptera Species File Online". Retrieved 2018-04-25.

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