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O. E. Heie 2000

Full reference
O. E. Heie. 2000. Taxonomic names, in Two new species of aphids found in Lebanese amber and a revision of the family Tajmyraphididae Kononova, 1975 (Hemiptera: Sternorrhyncha). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 93:1222-1225 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  40405
Created:  2012-02-24 10:50:33
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (15) - view classification
'Grassyaphidinae belongs to Tajmyraphididae' according to O. E. Heie 2000
'Grassyaphis belongs to Grassyaphidinae' according to O. E. Heie 2000
'Jantardakhia belongs to Tajmyraphidinae' according to O. E. Heie 2000
'Khatangaphidinae belongs to Tajmyraphididae' according to O. E. Heie 2000
'Khatangaphis belongs to Khatangaphidinae' according to O. E. Heie 2000
'Lebanaphidinae belongs to Tajmyraphididae' according to O. E. Heie 2000
'Lebanaphis minor belongs to Lebanaphis' according to O. E. Heie 2000
'Lebanaphis belongs to Lebanaphidinae' according to O. E. Heie 2000
'Megarostrum azari belongs to Megarostrum' according to O. E. Heie 2000
'Megarostrum belongs to Lebanaphidinae' according to O. E. Heie 2000
'Retinaphidinae belongs to Tajmyraphididae' according to O. E. Heie 2000
'Retinaphis belongs to Retinaphidinae' according to O. E. Heie 2000
'Tajmyraphidinae belongs to Tajmyraphididae' according to O. E. Heie 2000
'Tajmyraphis rasnitsyni is recombined as Retinaphis rasnitsyni' according to O. E. Heie 2000
'Tajmyraphis belongs to Tajmyraphidinae' according to O. E. Heie 2000