Nasocorini

Nasocorini is a tribe of plant bugs in the family Miridae. There are more than 50 genera in Nasocorini.[1][2][3]

Nasocorini
Salicarus roseri, United Kingdom
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Hemiptera
Family: Miridae
Subfamily: Phylinae
Tribe: Nasocorini
Reuter, 1883

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These 59 genera belong to the tribe Nasocorini:

  • AdenostomocorisSchuh & Schwartz, 2004 – Southwest Nearctic
  • AgrametraBuchanan-White, 1878 – St. Helena Island
  • ArctostaphylocorisSchuh & Schwartz, 2004 – Western Nearctic
  • AtomophoraReuter, 1879Palearctic
  • AtomoscelisReuter, 1875 – Palearctic
  • AtractotomoideaYasunaga, 1999 – southern and eastern Asia
  • AtractotomusFieber, 1858Holarctic
  • BadezorusDistant, 1910 – Palearctic
  • BeckocorisKnight, 1968 – Western Nearctic
  • BergmirisCarvalho, 1984Neotropics
  • BoopidocorisReuter, 1879 – Palearctic
  • CaigangaCarvalho & Becker, 1957 – Neotropics
  • CamptotylideaWagner, 1957 – Palearctic
  • CampylommaReuter, 1878Old World, Australia
  • ChinacapsusWagner, 1961 – Palearctic
  • ChlamydatusCurtis, 1833 – Holarctic
  • ChlamyopsallusSchwartz, 2005 – Western Nearctic
  • HambletoniolaCarvalho, 1954 – Western Nearctic
  • HelenocorisSchmitz, 1976 – St. Helena Island
  • HirtopsallusSchmitz, 1976 – St. Helena Island
  • InsulopusSchmitz, 1976 – St. Helena Island
  • KarocrisV. Putshkov, 1975 – Palearctic
  • KasumiphylusSchwartz & Stonedahl, 2004 – Palearctic
  • KnightomiroidesStonedahl & Schwartz, 1996 – Western Nearctic
  • LamprosthenarusPoppius, 1914 – Africa
  • LarinocerusFroeschner, 1965 – Western Nearctic
  • LattinophylusSchuh, 2008 – Western Nearctic
  • LindbergopsallusWagner, 1962 – Palearctic
  • LopsallusSchmitz, 1976 – St. Helena Island
  • MaurodactylusReuter, 1878 – Palearctic
  • MegalopsallusKnight, 1927 – Nearctic
  • MonosynammaJ. Scott, 1864 – Holarctic
  • NaresthusSchmitz, 1976 – St. Helena Island
  • NasocorisReuter, 1879 – Palearctic
  • NeisopsallusSchmitz, 1976 – St. Helena Island
  • NeophylusCarvalho & Costa, 1992 – Nearctic
  • NevadocorisKnight, 1968 – Western Nearctic
  • NigrimirisCarvalho & Schaffner, 1973 – Neotropics
  • NigrocapillocorisWagner, 1973 – Palearctic
  • OligobiellaReuter, 1885 – St. Helena Island
  • OrthopideaReuter, 1899 – Palearctic
  • PhaxiaKerzhner, 1984 – Palearctic
  • PhoenicocorisReuter, 1875 – Holarctic
  • PinomirisStonedahl & Schwartz, 1996 – Western Nearctic
  • PruneocorisSchuh & Schwartz, 2004 – Western Nearctic
  • PsallomimusWagner, 1951 – Africa, southern Palearctic
  • RhinacloaReuter, 1876 – Neotropics, Mexico
  • SalicarusKerzhner, 1962 – Palearctic
  • SolenoxyphusReuter, 1875 – Palearctic
  • SpanagonicusBerg, 1883 – New World
  • SquamophylusCarvalho & Costa, 1992 – Nearctic
  • SthenaropsisPoppius, 1912 – Palearctic
  • TaeniophorusLinnavuori, 1952 – Palearctic
  • TannerocorisKnight, 1970 – Western Nearctic
  • TapuruyunusCarvalho, 1946 – Neotropics
  • ThymopsallusLinnavuori, 1975 – Palearctic
  • TijucaphylusCarvalho & Costa, 1992 – Neotropics
  • TunisiellaCarapezza, 1997 – Palearctic
  • VoruchiaReuter, 1879 – Palearctic

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