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Chronological account
Cicada leporinus Linné, 1761 previous combination of Cixius leporinus Linné, 1761 according to Curtis (1829): 194
Cixius leporinus Linné, 1761 previous combination of Flata leporina (Linné, 1761) according to Germar (1830): 50
Flata leporina (Linné, 1761) previous combination of Oliarus leporinus (Linné, 1761) according to Scott (1870): 120
Flata pallens Germar, 1821 previous combination of Pentastiridius (Pentastiridius) pallens (Germar, 1821) according to Fieber (1876)
Cixius latifrons Walker, 1951 synonym of Pentastiridius leporinus (Linné, 1761) according to Van Stalle (1985): 441
Oliarus leporinus (Linné, 1761) previous combination of Pentastiridius leporinus (Linné, 1761)
Pentastiridius (Pentastiridius) pallens (Germar, 1821) synonym of Pentastiridius leporinus (Linné, 1761)
Oliarus pallens (Germar, 1821) previous combination of Pentastiridius (Pentastiridius) pallens (Germar, 1821)
Use(s) (chresonymy)
Cixius latifrons Melichar, 1902 homonym of Cixius latifrons Walker, 1951 according to Metcalf (1936): 180
Pictures
Distribution map: extant taxa
Data accuracy
Level 4
Levels 1, 2 and 3
(TDWG standard) GBIF occurrences
Geographical distribution
Afghanistan  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Albania
Algeria  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Armenia  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Austria
Azerbaijan  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Belgium  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
China
Cyprus
Czech Republic  according to  Dlabola (1970): 92
Denmark  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Estonia
Finland
France  according to  Kalkandelen (1990), Bressan et al. (2009): 408
Georgia  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Germany  according to  Kalkandelen (1990), Nickel (2003): 28
Great Britain  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Greece
Hungary
Iran  according to  Kalkandelen (1990), Mozaffarian & Wilson (2011): 13
Ireland  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Israel  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Italy  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Jordan  according to  Dlabola (1965): 423
Kazakhstan  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Kyrgyzstan  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Libya  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Lithuania
Moldova  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Mongolia  according to  Dlabola (1968): 371 , Emeljanov (1982): 110
Netherlands  according to  Kalkandelen (1990), De Haas & Den Bieman (2018): 49
Poland  according to  Gebicki et al. (2013): 26
Portugal  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Romania  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Russia

Russia (Primorye)  according to  Anufriev (2009): 68

Slovakia
Spain  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Sweden
Switzerland
Tadzhikistan  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Tunisia  according to  Melichar (1899): 179, Kalkandelen (1990)
Turkey  according to  Lodos & Kalkandelen (1980): 21, Lodos & Kalkandelen (1980): 20, Kalkandelen (1990)
Turkmenistan  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Ukraine  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Yugoslavia  according to  Kalkandelen (1990)
Biological interactions
Endosymbiosis: endosymbiont
Candidatus Purcellialla pentastirinorum Bressan et al., 2009 (Bacteria, Proteobacteria, Gammaproteobacteria) according to Bressan et al. (2009)
Wolbachia sp. (Bacteria, Proteobacteria, Alphaproteobacteria, Rickettsiales, Anaplasmataceae) according to Bressan et al. (2009)
Host-plant
Carex sp. (Poales, Cyperaceae) according to Nickel (2003): 28
Eriophorum sp. (Poales, Cyperaceae) according to Dlabola (1961), Nickel (2003): 28
Oryza sativa L. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Lodos & Kalkandelen (1980): 22
Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin. ex Steud. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Nickel (2003): 28, Gebicki et al. (2013): 26
Phragmites communis Trin. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Dlabola (1961), Kalkandelen (1990), Kalkandelen (1990)
Quercus robur L. (Fagales, Fagaceae) according to Fahringer (1922)
Scirpus sp. (Poales, Cyperaceae) according to Dlabola (1961), Nickel (2003): 28
Triticum sp. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Lodos & Kalkandelen (1980): 22
Parasitism: parasitoid
Candidatus Phytoplasma solani [Stolbur - 16SrXII-A] (Bacteria, Mollicutes, Acholeplasmatales, Acholeplasmataceae) according to Gatineau et al. (2001)
Vernacular name(s)
Schilf-Glasflügelzikade in Germany (German) according to Holzinger et al. (2003)