Links page for Fulgoroidea and Collaborator Websites

Fulgoroidea Links
Tymbal Website Tymbal
  • A website dedicated to general information and announcements regarding the study of Auchenorrhyncha (a group of insects that includes leafhoppers, cicadas, froghoppers, spittlebugs and planthoppers).
  • Managed by Dr. Murray Fletcher, Agricultural Scientific Collections Unit, Orange Agricultural Institute, Orange, New South Wales, Australia
Fulgoromorpha Lists On the Web

FLOW: Fulgoromorpha Lists On the Web

  • Objectives of FLOW are the synthesize all nomenclatural, taxonomic and bibliographical aspects about planthoppers to better preserve and organize the systematics expertise already acquired on this group.
  • Thierry Bourgoin, manager of FLOW project.
COOL COOL: Cercopoidea Organized On Line
  • COOL is a taxonomic database dedicated to the insects Cercopoidea.
Tree of Life Project Tree of Life Web Project: Fulgoromorpha
  • Maddison, D.R. & Maddison, W.P. (1996) The Tree of Life Project.
PEET PEET: Auchenorrhyncha
  • A multi-institutional project on the systematics of the Auchenorrhyncha.
  • Jason Cryan, New York State Museum
  • Chris Dietrich, Illinois Natural History Survey
  • Chris Simon, University of Connecticut
Collaborator Pages
UofD
Compilation of information about delphacid planthoppers
  • Dr. Charles Bartlett
  • University of Delaware
  • Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology
  • 250 Townsend Hall
  • 531 S. College Avenue
  • Newark, DE 19717-1303
Illinois Natural History Survey
Dietrich Leafhopper Lab
  • Dr. Chris Dietrich
  • Illinois Natural History Survey
  • 1816 S. Oak Street, MC-652
  • Champaign, IL 61820
The Simon Lab
  • Dr. Chris Simon
  • University of Connecticut
  • Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • BioPharm 305D
  • Storrs, CT 06269-3043
Project Mantodea Project Mantodea
  • Dr. Gavin Svenson
  • New York State Museum
  • 3140 Cultural Education Center
  • Empire State Plaza
  • Albany, NY 12230
Miller Lab Miller Lab of Insect Systematics
  • Dr. Kelly Miller
  • Department of Biology
  • University of New Mexico
  • Museum of Southwestern Biology
  • 167 Castetter Hall, MSC03 2020
  • Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001