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Species
Aplos simplex (Germar, 1830)
  type species by original designation and monotypy

Basionym original publication
Germar E. F. 1830 - Species Cicadarium enumeratae et sub genera distributae. Thon's Entomologisches Archiv 2(2): 1-57 [51].
Chronological account
Issus simplex Germar, 1830 previous combination of Thionia simplex (Germar, 1830) according to Melichar (1906): 273
Thionia simplex (Germar, 1830) previous combination of Aplos simplex (Germar, 1830) according to Gnezdilov (2018): 166
Distribution map: extant taxa
Data accuracy
Level 4
Levels 1, 2 and 3
(TDWG standard) GBIF occurrences
Geographical distribution
Florida  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
Italy  according to  Gnezdilov (2018): 166
United States of America (Alabama)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (Arkansas)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (Delaware)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (District of Columbia)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (Georgia)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (Illinois)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (Kentucky)  according to  Germar (1830), Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (Maryland)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (Mississippi)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (Missouri)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (New Jersey)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (North Carolina)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (Ohio)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (Pennsylvania)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (South Carolina)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (Tennessee)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (Texas)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
United States of America (Virginia)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 173
Biological interactions
Host-plant
Ulmus alata Michx (Rosales, Ulmaceae) according to Wheeler & Wilson (1988)
Ulmus laevis Pall. (Rosales, Ulmaceae) according to Gnezdilov & Poggi (2014): 240