Tettigoniidae of Australia Volume 3: Listroscelidinae, Tympanophorinae, Meconematinae and Microtettigoniinae
This third volume in the series will assist with identification and study of this important genus. Specialised collecting techniques, and the rearing of immature specimens, have yielded many more species than would otherwise have been recorded using only normal collecting techniques. The work accounts for four subfamilies, two of which, the Tympanophorinae and Microtettigoniinae, are endemic to Australia. Each of these endemic subfamilies is represented by a single genus containing several species. Tettigonidae of Australia Volume 3 will be a valuable resource for orthoptera researchers and academics, general entomologists, as well as those with an interest in the ecology and conservation issues related to grasshoppers.
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Tribe Hexacentrini Corochov
Tribe Conocephalomimi trib nov
Tribe Phisidini in 1987
abdomen Abdomen with tenth ANIC apex apically Australian National Insect broad carina caudal margin cephalic margin cercus Fig collected as nymph colour Cytol D. C. F. Rent dark brown dorsal dorsal surface elongate epiphallus eucalypts fastigium fastigium of vertex feebly femora flagellum fore and middle genus green greenish yellow hind femur Holotype in Australian Holotype male instar internal margin jumbunna katydids lateral lobe legs length Male cercus Male Si/e margin of ventral matured in laboratory median portion meso/ona meta/ona metaphase metathorax middle femora middle tibia National Insect Collection Ovipositor pair Paraphisis paraprocts paratopotype Paratypes paruna prep pronotum Pronotum with cephalic reddish brown Requena robust sclerotised Song recorded species spines spiniform stop stridulatory vein subgenital plate Fig sulcus supra-anal plate surface of disk Table teeth tegmen tegmina tenth tergite Terpandrus tibia tubercles type locality V-shaped median incision ventral margin ventral surface Western Australia