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Landcare Research, Auckland New Zealand. Aufhenorrhyncha are a highly diverse group of hemimetabolous insects aufhenorrhyncha a major component of the phytophagous insect fauna in most terrestrial ecosystems worldwide. They are treated here as a suborder of the Hemiptera and include the planthoppers infraorder Fulgoromorphacicadas, froghoppers, spittlebugs, treehoppers, and leafhoppers infraorder Cicadomorpha. With their piercing sucking mouthparts the majority of Auchenorrhyncha species feed on phloem or xylem plant sap or plant cell contents parenchyma or cell ruptures although some species feed on mosses or fungi.
This economically important group includes several plant pests pests and several vectors of plant pathogens, including phytoplasmas, vicadoidea, and bacteria. Auchenorrhyncha have been collected extensively and are well represented in New Zealand entomological museums and collections. Numerous nomenclatural changes and new taxa have been published since then, and the fauna now totals 68 genera and species in 12 families.
In this biosystematics catalogue, the species-group names of all New Zealand Cicadomorpha and Fulgoromorpha are catalogued with distribution records and information on biology and wing condition as indicative of flight ability. Valid names are listed in their current and original combinations with the author spublication date, page citation, type status, type repository, type locality, and biostatus.
Synonyms are given in their original combinations. Other existing combinations are provided. Genus-group names are listed with the author spublication date, page citation, type species including method of fixationand biostatus.
The catalogue is arranged auchenorrhtncha by infraorders, superfamilies, families, subfamilies, tribes, genus-group, and species-group names. Under each species, the geographic distribution, biology, and wing condition are given.
Selected references dealing with taxonomy including keys and revisionsdistribution, biology, and dispersal power are also provided where appropriate. Finally, 8 appendices are provided: This catalogue brings together the available literature and collection-based information on New Zealand Fulgoromorpha and Cicadomorpha for use by biosystematists, identifiers, biosecurity and conservation managers, ecologists and other biologists, as well as members of the public.
It is estimated that, once fully described, the fauna could total — species.
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The fauna shows greatest affinity to that of eastern continental Australia. Twenty-four 24 adventive introduced taxa occur in New Zealand, including some economically important species, e. The following new combinations are made: Arawa salubris Knight, is synonymised with Arawa negata White, The following Cicadellidae taxa have been incorrectly recorded or doubtfully established in New Zealand: Alodeltocephalus obliquus Evans,Balclutha rieki Knight,Edwardsiana crataegi Douglas,Japananus hyalinus Osborn,Limotettix incertus Evans,Paracephaleus montanus Evans, The cicadellid genus Athysanus Burmeister,is excluded from the fauna.
The areas of New Zealand showing the highest taxonomic diversity are: The areas displaying the highest number of New Zealand endemics are: The areas known for the highest number of local endemics are: New Zealand Auchenorrhyncha are generally diurnal and live in lowland to mountain forests and shrublands, although a number of groups are found typically in open habitats such as tussock grasslands and in subalpine environments. Indigenous species usually live within the confines of their natural habitats but some species also live in modified ecosystems and exotic tree plantations.
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Depending on families and genera, species can be predominantly planticolous, arboreal, or even epigean. The taxonomy and biology of immature stages are largely unknown for the majority of taxa. Anecdotal evidence suggests that parasitic wasps, birds, predatory beetles, spiders, and mites may be among the major natural enemies of New Zealand Auchenorrhyncha.
Active dispersal by flight is unlikely for the majority of New Zealand species. Taxa are arranged alphabetically. Synonyms of adventive taxa A from outside the Australian Region, are not included. Genus Opiconsiva Distant, N?
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