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The Plant- and Leafhoppers of Germany

Identification Key
By: Robert Biedermann(Author), Rolf Niedringhaus(Author)
409 pages, b/w photos, 3500 b/w line drawings, tables
Publisher: WABV
The Plant- and Leafhoppers of Germany
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Language: English

This key for the identification of the plant- and leafhoppers of Germany enables students and specialists an easy identification of all species recorded in Germany. Dichotomous keys lead to the 12 families and 223 genera. The identification is supported by more than 3500 drawings, thereof habitus drawings of 415 species. On 250 plates all 619 species are treated and the characters relevant for their identification are presented. On each double page six species are shown and their characters can easily be compared. For all species the following data are provided :

- Life history (habitat, host plant, phenology, number of generations, hibernation)
- Distribution within Germany
- Conservation status (Red List)

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Identification Key
By: Robert Biedermann(Author), Rolf Niedringhaus(Author)
409 pages, b/w photos, 3500 b/w line drawings, tables
Publisher: WABV
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