New records for Hemiptera species in Western Australia
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Four genera and nine species of Hemiptera from other states and territories have recently been recorded in Western Australia for the first time. Material has originated mainly from Jarrahdale, approximately 50 kms SE of Perth. Newly recorded species include one species of Cercopidae, five of Cicadellidae, one of Ricaniidae, one of Scutelleridae and one of Pentatomidae.
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