Tibicina haematodes

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Tibicina haematodes
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Tibicina haematodes
Scientific classification
T. haematodes
Binomial name
Tibicina haematodes
(Scopoli, 1763)

Tibicina haematodes is a species of cicadas belonging to the family Cicadidae, subfamily Tibicininae. [1] [2]

Cicada superfamily of insects

The cicadas are a superfamily, the Cicadoidea, of insects in the order Hemiptera. They are in the suborder Auchenorrhyncha, along with smaller jumping bugs such as leafhoppers and froghoppers. The superfamily is divided into two families, Tettigarctidae, with two species in Australia, and Cicadidae, with more than 3,000 species described from around the world; many species remain undescribed.

Cicadidae family of insects

Cicadidae is the largest family of cicadas, with more than 3,000 species worldwide.

Tibicininae subfamily of insects

Tibicininae is a subfamily of cicadas in the family Cicadidae. There are 5 tribes and at least 140 described species in Tibicininae. They are found in the Neotropics, the Nearctic, and the Palearctic.



The species name haematodes is due to the fact that the veins of the forewing are brown-red.


This species is present in Central and Southern Europe, in the Near East and in North Africa. [3]

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