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Cercopidae

Cercopidae

Characterization of Resistance to Adult Spittlebugs (Hemiptera: Cercopidae) in Brachiaria spp

Feeding Behavior of the Spittlebug Deois flavopicta (Homoptera: Cercopidae) on Wild and Cultivated Host Plants

Effects of Meteorological Variation on Mortality in Populations of the Spittlebug Deois flavopicta (Homoptera: Cercopidae)

Seasonal Fluctuations and Phenology of Prosapia Spittlebugs (Homoptera: Cercopidae) in Upland Pastures of Costa Rica

Warm-Season (C4) Turfgrass Genotypes Resistant to Spittlebugs (Hemiptera: Cercopidae)

Effects of Virus Infection of Mimulus guttatus (Phrymaceae) on Host Plant Quality for Meadow Spittlebugs, Philaenus spumarius (Hemiptera: Cercopidae)

Dry-Season Embryonic Dormancy in Deois flavopicta (Homoptera: Cercopidae): Roles of Temperature and Moisture in Nature

Independence of Resistance in Brachiaria spp. to Nymphs or to Adult Spittlebugs (Hemiptera: Cercopidae): Implications for Breeding for Resistance

How Many Adults of Mahanarva spectabilis (Hemiptera: Cercopidae) Should be Used for Screening Brachiaria ruziziensis (Poales: Poaceae) Resistance?

Natural History of the Spittlebug Prosapia nr. bicincta (Homoptera: Cercopidae) in Association with Dairy Pastures of Costa Rica

Sublethal Effects of Antibiosis Resistance on the Reproductive Biology of Two Spittlebug (Hemiptera: Cercopidae) Species Affecting Brachiaria spp.

The complete mitochondrial genome of spittlebug Paphnutius ruficeps (Insecta: Hemiptera: Cercopidae) with a fairly short putative control region

 

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; order Hemiptera, suborder Homoptera)

Family of homopterans in most species of which the nymphs live on the shoots or roots of plants and produce a protective mass of froth around themselves. Adults of some species have several different colour forms, and some species are pests of crops or pasture plants. There are about 2500 species, distributed world-wide.

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