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Muellerianella brevipennis (Boheman, 1847)

Basionym original publication
Boheman C. H. 1847 - Nya Svenska Homoptera. Handlingar. Kongliga Svenska Vetenskaps Akademien. Stockholm 3: 263-266.
Chronological account
Delphax bivittata Boheman, 1850 previous combination of Achorotile bivittata Boheman, 1850 according to Fieber (1879): 120
Delphax hyalinipennis Stål, 1854 synonym of Delphacodes brevipennis (Boheman, 1847) according to Mayr (1884): 21
Delphax bivittata Boheman, 1850 synonym of Delphax brevipennis Boheman, 1847 according to Puton (1886): 74
Delphax brevipennis Boheman, 1847 previous combination of Delphacodes brevipennis (Boheman, 1847) according to Metcalf (1943): 411
Liburnia brevipennis Sahlberg, 1871 synonym of Delphax brevipennis Boheman, 1847 according to Metcalf (1943): 412
Delphacodes brevipennis (Boheman, 1847) previous combination of Muellerianella brevipennis (Boheman, 1847) according to Wagner (1963): 168
Use(s) (chresonymy)
Kelesia bivittata Boheman, 1850 wrong spelling of Delphax bivittata Boheman, 1850 in Puton (1886): 72
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Distribution map: extant taxa
Data accuracy
Level 4
Levels 1, 2 and 3
(TDWG standard) GBIF occurrences
Geographical distribution
Austria
Azores  according to  Borges et al. (2010)
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany  according to  Nickel (2003): 51
Great Britain
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Lithuania
Netherlands
Norway
Poland  according to  Gebicki et al. (2013): 38
Romania
Russia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Yugoslavia
Biological interactions
Host-plant
Deschampsia cespitosa (L.) P. Beauv. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Drosopoulos (1983): 72 , Nickel (2003): 51
Parasitism: ectoparasite
Charletonia cardinalis (c. l. koch, 1837) (C. L. Koch, 1837) (Acari, Trombidiformes, Erythraeidae) according to Stroinski et al. (2013): 197
Vernacular name(s)
Schmielenspornzikade in Germany (German) according to Holzinger et al. (2003)