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Chronological account
Trypetimorpha psyllipennis Costa, 1862 synonym of Trypetimorpha fenestrata Costa, 1862 according to Horváth (1897): 96
Trypetimorpha pilosa Horváth, 1907 previous combination of Trichoduchus pilosus (Horváth, 1907) according to Melichar (1914): 202
Trichoduchus pilosus (Horváth, 1907) synonym of Trypetimorpha fenestrata Costa, 1862 according to Huang & Bourgoin (1993): 620
Use(s) (chresonymy)
Tripetimorpha psyllipennis Costa, 1862 wrong spelling of Trypetimorpha fenestrata Costa, 1862 in Fieber (1872) corrected by Metcalf (1954)
Tripetimorpha fenestrata Costa, 1862 wrong spelling of Trypetimorpha fenestrata Costa, 1862 in Fieber (1872) corrected by Metcalf (1954)
Trypetimorpha fenestratae Costa, 1862 wrong spelling of Trypetimorpha fenestrata Costa, 1862 in Horváth (1907) corrected by Metcalf (1954)
Pictures
Distribution map: extant taxa
Data accuracy
Level 4
Levels 1, 2 and 3
(TDWG standard) GBIF occurrences
Geographical distribution
Algeria  according to  Huang & Bourgoin (1993): 620
Armenia  according to  Kusnezov (1930): 278
Austria  according to  Oshanin (1907): 259
Croatia  according to  Horváth (1907): 323
Cyprus  according to  Huang & Bourgoin (1993): 620
France  according to  Oshanin (1907): 259
Greece  according to  Huang & Bourgoin (1993): 620
Hungary  according to  Horváth (1897): 94, Oshanin (1907): 259
Iran  according to  Mozaffarian & Wilson (2011): 40
Israel  according to  Huang & Bourgoin (1993): 620
Italy  according to  Costa (1862): 63, Oshanin (1907): 259, Huang & Bourgoin (1993): 620
Kyrgyzstan  according to  Kusnezov (1930): 278
Serbia  according to  Oshanin (1907): 259
Slovakia
Yugoslavia  according to  Huang & Bourgoin (1993): 620
Vernacular name(s)
Vierpunkt-Mückenzikade in Germany (German) according to Holzinger et al. (2003)