Amastris Stål, 1862

Selected references
Stål 1862e
Broomfield 1976a
Creão-Duarte and Sakakibara 1995a
McKamey 1998a
Andrade 1999c
Creão-Duarte and Sakakibara 2001a
Creão-Duarte 2002a
Sakakibara and Creão-Duarte 2002a
Godoy, Miranda, and Nishida 2006a
McKamey, Wallner, and Porter 2015a
Overview
Since Broomfield’s (1976a) revision of the genus Amastris, new species have been described and others have been placed in synonymy. Approximately 75 species are currently considered valid.
Taxon images
Amastris
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1. Amastris lycioda...
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2.Amastris lycioda
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3.Amastris lycioda
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4.Amastris specialis
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5.Amastris straminea
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6.Amastris
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7.Amastris
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8.Amastris
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9.Amastris alapigmentata
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10.Amastris angulata
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11.Amastris arquata
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12.Amastris exigua
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13.Amastris flava
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14. Amastris sulphur...
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15.Amastris sulphurea
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16. Amastris sulp...
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17.Amastris unica
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18.Amastris vitallina
 
Acoustic calls
[listen] Amastris (Membracidae: Smiliinae: Amastrini), male courtship call. Copyright © 2008, by Reginald B. Cocroft.
Distribution
Neotropical and Nearctic regions.
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Immatures
McKamey, Wallner, and Porter (2015a) provided a description and illustrations of Amastris nymphs.
Prepared by
Matthew S. Wallace, Stuart H. McKamey, Lewis L. Deitz, and Mark J. Rothschild, 2 October 2015.