Depicts Live specimen, an Observation.
Depicts Live specimen, an Observation.

Descendants and synonyms

Nomenclature (18)

  • Tinobregmus vittatus Van Duzee, 1894f: 214.

    Lectotype; female; f7535818-237e-41fc-9186-4a2b8299a740; deposited at: Iowa State University (ISUI); U.S.A.: Florida

  • Tinobregmus pallidus Osborn, 1911d: 261.

    Holotype; female; c3a3cb55-7a56-4c39-9505-c801c50c9e31; deposited at: Ohio State University (OSU); U.S.A.: Texas, Plano, V.1907, E.S. Tucker

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  • Tinobregmus viridiscens DeLong, 1916 (subjective synonym of Tinobregmus vittatus Van Duzee, 1894) in Nielson, 1975a: 17.
  • Tinobregmus vittatus var. clavatus DeLong, 1945 (subjective synonym of Tinobregmus vittatus Van Duzee, 1894) in Nielson, 1975a: 17.
Gender, form, and etymology


Latin: banded

Nomenclature references (8)

  • DeLong, D.M. (1916a) The leafhoppers or Jassoidea of Tennessee. Bulletin of the Tennessee State Board of Entomology, 5(2), 1–113.
  • DeLong, D.M. (1945h) The genus Tinobregmus (Homoptera-Cicadellidae) in Mexico. Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society. (n.s.), 40, 97–102.
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  • Gibson, E.H. (1917a) Three new species of Jassoidea from Missouri. The Canadian Entomologist, 49(5), 183–184.
  • Lawson, P.B. (1932b) The genus Tinobregmus (Homoptera, Cicadellidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 25, 359–365.
  • Nielson, M.W. (1975a) A revision of the subfamily Coelidiinae (Homoptera: Cicadellidae). Tribes Tinobregmini, Sandersellini and Tharrini. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Entomology. Suppl. 24: 1-197 p., 24, 1–197.
  • Osborn, H. (1911d) A new species of Tinobregmus (Homoptera Jassidae). The Ohio Naturalist, 11, 261.
  • Van Duzee, E.P. (1894f) Descriptions of some new North American homopterous insects. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences, 5(4), 205–216.
  • Van Duzee, E.P. (1917b) Catalogue of the Hemiptera of America north of Mexico excepting the Aphididae, Coccidae and Aleurodidae. Technical Bulletin. University of California, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station. Entomology. Berkeley, 2, 1–902.


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