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Labopidea in north america with descriptions of a new species and a new genus heteroptera miridae



Labopidea in north america with descriptions of a new species and a new genus heteroptera miridae



Canadian Entomologist 111(7): 753-758



L. chloriza Uhler (1877) is synonymized with Tinicephalus simplex Uhler (1872). L. brooksi sp. nov. is described from Alberta and Saskatchewan [Canada]. Orthotylus discolor Sahlberg, a European species now known to occur in North America, is transferred to Labopidea. Species (9) currently placed in Labopidea are here removed from that genus. New combinations are as follows: L. atriseta Van Duzee is transferred to Hesperocapsus Knight, Orthotylus insignis Van Duzee is transferred to Ilnacorella Knight, L. viridula Knight is transferred to Melanotrichus Reuter and L. utahensis Knight is synonymized with Diaphnidia heidemanni Knight (= Brachynotocoris heidemanni). LABOPIDICOLA gen. nov. is described and Labopidea idahoensis Knight (type species) L. planifrons Knight. L. ainsliei Knight, L. allii Knight and L. geminata Johnston are transferred to it. Key to species of Labopidea is given.

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