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Species
Laodelphax striatellus (Fallén, 1826)
  type species by original designation

Basionym original publication
Fallén C. F. 1826 - Hemiptera Sveciae. Cicadariae, earumque familiae affines. 80 pp. Londini Gothorum, London (Great Britain). [75]
Chronological account
Delphax striatella Fallén, 1826 transferred from [Fulgoromorpha, Fulgoroidea, Delphacidae]
    to [Fulgoromorpha, Fulgoroidea, Delphacidae] according to Fallén (1826): 75
Delphax striatella Fallén, 1826 previous combination of Liburnia striatella (Fallén, 1826) according to Scott (1870): 27
Liburnia striatella (Fallén, 1826) previous combination of Achorotile striatella (Fallén, 1826) according to Oshanin (1870): 48
Liburnia akashiensis Matsumura, 1900 previous combination of Delphax akashiensis (Matsumura, 1900) according to Oshanin (1907): 330
Delphax striatella Fallén, 1826 previous combination of Delphacodes striatella (Fallén, 1826) according to Muir (1917): 334
Achorotile striatella (Fallén, 1826) previous combination of Delphacodes striatella (Fallén, 1826) according to Muir (1917): 334
Delphax akashiensis (Matsumura, 1900) previous combination of Delphacodes akashiensis (Matsumura, 1900) according to Metcalf (1943): 399
Delphacodes akashiensis (Matsumura, 1900) synonym of Laodelphax striatellus (Fallén, 1826) according to Matsumura & Ishihara (1945): 61
Delphacodes striatella (Fallén, 1826) previous combination of Laodelphax striatellus (Fallén, 1826) according to Fennah (1963): 15
Geographical distribution
Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Armenia
Austria
Azerbaijan
Belgium
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Caroline Islands  according to  Fennah (1956): 122
China

China (Zhejiang)  according to  Bellis et al. (2014): 171

Croatia
Czech Republic
Federated States of Micronesia  according to  Fennah (1956): 122, Fennah (1971): 580
Finland
France
Germany  according to  Nickel (2003): 47
Great Britain
Greece
Hungary
Indonesia  according to  Fennah (1971): 580
Iran  according to  Mozaffarian & Wilson (2011): 28, Mozaffarian (2018): 482
Iraq
Israel
Italy
Japan (Hokkaido)  according to  Hayashi & Fujinuma (2016): 335
Japan (Honshu)  according to  Hayashi & Fujinuma (2016): 335
Japan (Kyushu)  according to  Hayashi & Fujinuma (2016): 335
Japan (Shikoku)  according to  Hayashi & Fujinuma (2016): 335
Kyrgyzstan
Lebanon
Lithuania
Macedonia
Marshall Islands  according to  Fennah (1956): 122
Mongolia  according to  Dlabola (1965): 85 , Emeljanov (1982): 98
Montenegro  according to  Krstic et al. (2012): 109
Nansei-shoto (Ryukyu Islands)  according to  Hayashi & Fujinuma (2016): 335
Netherlands
Norway
Palau  according to  Fennah (1956): 122
Papua New Guinea  according to  Bellis et al. (2014): 171
Philippines  according to  Fennah (1956): 122, Fennah (1971): 580
Poland  according to  Swierczewski & Stroinski (2011): 282, Gebicki et al. (2013): 35
Portugal
Romania
Russia

Russia (Khabarovsk)  according to  Anufriev & Averkin (1982): 96

Russia (Primorye)  according to  Anufriev (2009): 67

Russia (Sakhalin)  according to  Hayashi & Fujinuma (2016): 335

Serbia  according to  Jovic et al. (2009): 1055, Jovic et al. (2010): 238, Cvrkovic et al. (2010): 222, Cvrkovic et al. (2011): S130
Slovakia
Slovenia
South Korea
Spain (Canary Islands)  according to  Oromi et al. (2010): 242
Sweden
Tadzhikistan
Taiwan  according to  Fennah (1971): 580
Tunisia
Turkey
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Yugoslavia
Distribution map: extant taxa
Data accuracy
Level 4
Levels 1, 2 and 3
(TDWG standard) GBIF occurrences
Biological interactions
Host-plant
Andropogon sp. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Ishihara (1949): 3
Hordeum vulgare L. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Ishihara (1949): 3
Oryza sativa L. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Ishihara (1949): 3
Saccharum officinarum L. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Ishihara (1949): 3
Zea mays L. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Ishihara (1949): 3
Parasitism: parasitoid
Agamermis sp. (Nematoda, Mermithida, Mermithidae) according to Zhao et al. (1987), Choo & Kaya (1990): 515
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