Tibiceninae

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Tibiceninae
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Dorisiana bicolor
Calling song of Tibicen neomexicensis
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Tibiceninae
Tribes

Fidicinini
Polyneurini
Tibicenini
Tosenini
Zammarini

The Tibiceninae are a subfamily of cicadas, containing the covered-tymbal cicadas. [1] In some treatments this group is merged whole or in part with the Cicadinae (translucent cicadas).

Notable taxa

Tribe Fidicinini

Tribe Polyneurini

Tribe Tibicenini

Tribe Tosenini

Tribe Zammarini

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References

  1. "Tibicininae Distant, 1905". ITIS. Retrieved 2 February 2016.