Apartus wagnerianus

(Nast, 1965)

Information

Description

BL ♂: 5.7-6.0 mm; ♀: 6.0-6.1 mm. Head, pro- and mesonotum brown, with whitish keels. Forewings hyaline, with dark markings. Phallosoma on the left with two movable spines, the top one pointing upwards, the lower one being more or less straight and pointing backwards. On the right side with a distinctive lobe and two movable spines, both pointing upwards. Female abdomen truncate, with a wax plate which is divided by a median keel (which is characteristic voor the genus Apartus). (Holzinger, 2002)

Ecology

Unknown, material from Herzegovina is collected in June. (Holzinger, 2002)

Distribution

Only known from Bosnia and Herzegovina. (Holzinger, 2002)

References
  • Holzinger, W. E., 2002. A review of the European planthopper genus Trirhacus and related taxa, with a key to the genera of European Cixiidae (Hemiptera: Fulgoromorpha). European Journal of Entomology 99: 373-398.
  • Nast, J. 1965. On the genus Trirhacus Fieb. (Homoptera: Cixiidae). Zoologische Beitrage 11: 183-189. (Description)