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Species
Unkanodes (Unkanodes) excisa (Melichar, 1898)
  type species

Basionym original publication
Melichar L. 1898 - Monographie der Ricaniiden (Homoptera). Annalen des k.k Naturhistorischen Hofmuseums. Wien 13: 197-359 [67].
Chronological account
Liburnia excisa Melichar, 1898 previous combination of Elymodelphax excisa (Melichar, 1898) according to Wagner (1963): 167
Elymodelphax excisa (Melichar, 1898) previous combination of Unkanodes excisa (Melichar, 1898) according to Dlabola (1965)
Unkanodes excisa (Melichar, 1898) (Fulgoromorpha, Fulgoroidea, Delphacidae, Delphacinae, Delphacini) previous name of Unkanodes (Unkanodes) excisa (Melichar, 1898) (Fulgoromorpha, Fulgoroidea, Delphacidae, Delphacinae, Delphacini)
Pictures
Distribution map: extant taxa
Data accuracy
Level 4
Levels 1, 2 and 3
(TDWG standard) GBIF occurrences
Geographical distribution
Alaska  according to  Nickel (2003): 46
Austria  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 148
Denmark  according to  Wilson (1992): 88, Bartlett et al. (2014): 148
Estonia  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 148
Finland  according to  Wilson (1992): 88, Bartlett et al. (2014): 148
Germany  according to  Wilson (1992): 88, Nickel (2003): 46, Bartlett et al. (2014): 148
Japan (Honshu)  according to  Hayashi & Fujinuma (2016): 342
Lithuania
Poland  according to  Wilson (1992): 88, Bartlett et al. (2014): 148
Russia (Kuril Islands)  according to  Wilson (1992): 88, Nickel (2003): 46, Bartlett et al. (2014): 148
Russia (Yakutskiya)  according to  Wilson (1992): 88, Nickel (2003): 46
Sweden  according to  Wilson (1992): 88, Bartlett et al. (2014): 148
Ukraine  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 148
United States of America (Alaska)  according to  Wilson (1988), Bartlett et al. (2014): 148
Biological interactions
Host-plant
Leymus arenarius (L.) Hochst. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Nickel (2003): 46
Poaceae Barnhart (Poales) according to Nickel (2003): 46
Vernacular name(s)
Strandroggen-Spornzikade in Germany (German) according to Holzinger et al. (2003)