Definition of Genus aphrophora

1. Noun. A genus of Cercopidae.

Exact synonyms: Aphrophora
Generic synonyms: Arthropod Genus
Group relationships: Cercopidae, Family Cercopidae
Member holonyms: Pine Spittlebug, Aphrophora Saratogensis, Saratoga Spittlebug



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Aphrophora

genus Anthurium
genus Anthus
genus Anthyllis
genus Antidorcas
genus Antigonia
genus Antilocapra
genus Antilope
genus Antirrhinum
genus Antrodemus
genus Antrozous
genus Aotus
genus Apatosaurus
genus Apatura
genus Aphis
genus Aphriza
genus Aphrophora
genus Aphyllanthes
genus Apios
genus Apis
genus Apium
genus Aplectrum
genus Aplodontia
genus Aplysia
genus Apocynum
genus Apodemus
genus Apogon
genus Aporocactus
genus Appendicularia
genus Aptenodytes
genus Apteryx

Literary usage of Genus aphrophora

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Biological Bulletin by Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.) (1915)
"... stages is a feature common to both species of this genus, and distinguishing it from the species of the genus Aphrophora. ..."

2. A Study of the Spermatogenesis of Twenty-two Speci of the Membracidæ by Alice M. Boring (1907)
"... the same genus. Aphrophora 4-notata has 14 chromosomes for the reduced number (Fig. 250) and consequently 14 in half of the second spermatocytes (Fig. ..."

3. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1869)
"In that valuable magazine for July, we find the following reply :— The frog-spittle insects belong to the genus Aphrophora in the ..."

4. Biological Bulletin by Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.) (1915)
"... stages is a feature common to both species of this genus, and distinguishing it from the species of the genus Aphrophora. ..."

5. An Introduction to Entomology by John Henry Comstock, Anna Botsford Comstock (1888)
"Our more common species of spittle-insects belong to the genus Aphrophora. They are mostly brownish insects, and are variously banded and spotted. ..."

6. Psyche: A Journal of Entomology by Cambridge Entomological Club (1890)
"... small species of rhynchota closely allied to the genus Aphrophora and belonging probably to the genus ..."

7. A Study of the Spermatogenesis of Twenty-two Speci of the Membracidæ by Alice M. Boring (1907)
"... the same genus. Aphrophora 4-notata has 14 chromosomes for the reduced number (Fig. 250) and consequently 14 in half of the second spermatocytes (Fig. ..."

8. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1869)
"In that valuable magazine for July, we find the following reply :— The frog-spittle insects belong to the genus Aphrophora in the ..."

9. An Introduction to Entomology by John Henry Comstock, Anna Botsford Comstock (1888)
"Our more common species of spittle-insects belong to the genus Aphrophora. They are mostly brownish insects, and are variously banded and spotted. ..."

10. Psyche: A Journal of Entomology by Cambridge Entomological Club (1890)
"... small species of rhynchota closely allied to the genus Aphrophora and belonging probably to the genus ..."

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