Help for Search. Enter a taxonomic name (any rank, valid or not), select among the search results, click "Go." The search has a brief delay. When a taxon name is associated with more than one taxon (eg., differing concepts), your search will return a disambiguation page allowing for the further selection among possible taxon pages.
Taxonomic Hierarchy in Zoological Nomenclature. Suffixes are given for superfamily, family, subfamily, and tribe. Names of genera and species are italicized in print.Kingdom: Animalia
Superfamily: Membracoidea [-oidea]
Family Browse [-idae]
Subfamily Browse [-inae]
Tribe Browse [-ini]
(Subgenus) [in parentheses]
species [combined with a genus name]
subspecies [follows a species name]
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To access our Taxon Pages, we provide both Search and Browse options. Both options return either a taxon page (where available) or a report with nomenclatural details based on our current taxonomic database.
Treehoppers provides Taxon Pages for higher taxa (family, subfamily, and tribe), genera, and species (see Taxonomic Hierarchy, at right). Taxon pages and nomenclatural data for the species group, now in preparation, will eventually be accessible under the valid genus (Browse option) or directly through the Search option.
Each taxon page includes navigation to access higher taxa (green bar near the top of the page) or lower taxa (see “Taxonomic constituents,” near the bottom of the page).
Taxon pages and nomenclatural data for the species group, now in preparation, will eventually be accessible under the valid genus (Browse option) or directly through the Search option.
Our Taxon Pages are a work in progress. Please contact us to pose suggestions or corrections. The Taxon Pages were prepared by the Taxa Content Team (L. L. Deitz and M. S. Wallace, team leaders; O. Evangelista; and M. J. Rothschild) and Nomenclatural Database Team (L. L. Deitz and M. S. Wallace, team leaders; K. C. Seltmann; M. J. Yoder; S. H. McKamey; and K. S. Hedlund). Updated: 14 October 2011.