In the development of the hind tibiae and the structure and venation of the wings, the insects under consideration represent the highest and most specialized forms of the Cercopidae if not of the Homoptera; marking, as Uhler suggests, an important advance toward the Heteroptera in the increased freedom of the anterior coxae and the possession of a terminal membrane to the corium.
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Ball, Elmer D.
"A Study of the Genus Clastoptera,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 3(1), 182-194.
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