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Species Minchamia hubbardae Gross, 1976

  • Minchamia hubbardae Gross, G.F. 1976. Plant-feeding and Other Bugs (Hemiptera) of South Australia. Heteroptera. Adelaide : A.B. James Vol. 2 251-501 pp. [415, fig. 184].
    Type data:
     Holotype SAMA I20,199 , Whyalla, SA.
    Paratype(s) AM 7 4 6 larvae (3 specimens with registration number K46595); ANIC 2 ; BMNH 2 2; EUQ ; NMV 2 ; SAMA I20,200–I20,237, I20,783–I20,784 21 28.

 

Distribution

States

Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia


Extra Distribution Information

NSW—Bogan River, Cobar, Moolah Homestead, Nyngan, ACT—Namadgi National Park, SA—Anna Creek, Brachina Gorge, Miccollo Hills, Mount Davies, Mount Painter, Ooldea, Sturt Vale Station, Whyalla, Wilson, WA—Marble Bar, Roebourne, Shady Tree Bore, NT—Barrow Creek, Renner Springs.


IBRA and IMCRA regions (map not available)

IBRA

ACT, NSW, NT, Qld, SA, WA: Australian Alps (AA), Brigalow Belt South (BBS), Broken Hill Complex (BHC), Burt Plain (BRT), Carnarvon (CAR), Channel Country (CHC), Coolgardie (COO), Cobar Peneplain (CP), Central Ranges (CR), Dampierland (DL), Davenport Murchison Ranges (DMR), Darling Riverine Plains (DRP), Eyre Yorke Block (EYB), Finke (FIN), Flinders Lofty Block (FLB), Gascoyne (GAS), Gawler (GAW), Gibson Desert (GD), Geraldton Sandplains (GS), Great Sandy Desert (GSD), Great Victoria Desert (GVD), Hampton (HAM), Kanmantoo (KAN), Little Sandy Desert (LSD), MacDonnell Ranges (MAC), Murray Darling Depression (MDD), Mitchell Grass Downs (MGD), Mount Isa Inlier (MII), Mulga Lands (ML), Murchison (MUR), Nandewar (NAN), New England Tablelands (NET), NSW South Western Slopes (NSS), Nullarbor (NUL), Pilbara (PIL), Riverina (RIV), South Eastern Highlands (SEH), Simpson Strzelecki Dunefields (SSD), Stony Plains (STP), Sturt Plateau (STU), Tanami (TAN), Yalgoo (YAL)

Ecological Descriptors

Arboreal, arid, herbivore (associated flora: Triodia sp. [POACEAE]), sap-feeder, temperate, terrestrial, volant.

 

History of changes

Note that this list may be incomplete for dates prior to September 2013.
Published As part of group Action Date Action Type Compiler(s)
15-Aug-2012 15-Aug-2012 MODIFIED
06-Jun-2012 MODIFIED