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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: SYSTEMATICS OF HEMIPTERA AND RELATED GROUPS: PLANT PESTS, PREDATORS, AND DISEASE VECTORS

Location: Systematic Entomology

Title: Registers of family-group and genus-group taxa of Aphidoidea

Authors
item Nieto Nafria, J.
item Favret, C.
item Akimoto, S.
item Barbagallo, S.
item Chakrabarti, S.
item Mier Durante, M.
item Miller, Gary
item Qiao, G.
item Sano, M.
item Perez, Hidalgo
item Stekolshchikov, A.
item Wegierek, P.

Submitted to: Registers of family-group and genus-group taxa of Aphidoidea
Publication Type: Book / Chapter
Publication Acceptance Date: January 23, 2011
Publication Date: April 27, 2011
Citation: Nieto Nafria, J.M., Favret, C., Akimoto, S., Barbagallo, S., Chakrabarti, S., Mier Durante, M.P., Miller, G.L., Qiao, G.X., Sano, M., Perez, H.N., Stekolshchikov, A., Wegierek, P. 2011. Registers of family-group and genus-group taxa of Aphidoidea. In: Nieto Nafria, J.M., Favret, C., editors. Entomological Society of Spain. Leon, Spain: University of Leon. p. 81-404.

Interpretive Summary: Billions of dollars of annual crop losses result from aphid feeding damage and their ability to transmit plant diseases. Proper identification and classification is critical before any control program can be started. This paper clarifies the status of aphid scientific names in the worldwide literature and conforms to the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature. The results will be used by Federal quarantine specialists, state entomologists, extension personnel, and scientists.

Technical Abstract: This “Register of the genus-group taxa of Aphidoidea” corresponds to the proposal approved by the delegates attending the Eighth International Symposium on Aphids with the addition of taxa described since 31 December 2005, the cutoff date for the proposal. The genus-group names included here belong to the same superfamily, Aphidoidea, as contextualized and circumscribed in the “Register of family-group taxa of Aphidoidea”. Some nomenclatural clarifications resulting from the preparation of this work have already been published in 2009 (Redia, 92: 119123) and 2010 (Zootaxa, 2410: 6568). This “Register” is composed of two sections: “Available Names” and “Unavailable Names” and likewise “valid” and “invalid” are used with the exact meanings as laid out in the “International Code of Zoological Nomenclature, Fourth Edition” (henceforth the “Code”).

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