Xyleus gracilis (Bruner 1905)
Geographic distribution
No economic damages registered
  • Argentina
    • Misiones
Other distribution
BRAZIL: Goias, Minas Gerais, Sao Paulo, Paraná, Santa Catarina, Rio Grande do Sul.
PARAGUAY: Cordillera.
  • Tropinotus gracilis Bruner 1905
  • Diedronotus gracilis; Kirby 1910
  • BRUNER. 1905. Two new South American grasshoppers. Entomological News 16:214-215.:215.
  • BRUNER. 1906. Synoptic list of Paraguayan Acrididae or Locusts, with descriptions of new forms. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 30(1461):613-694, pl. 36-38
  • KIRBY. 1910. A synonymic catalogue of Orthoptera. Vol. 3. Orthoptera Saltatoria. Part. 2. (Locustidae vel Acrididae). British Museum, London, 674 pp.
  • GROSSBECK. 1912. List of insects collected by the Albatross expedition in Lower California in 1811, with descriptions of a new species of wasp. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 31:323-326.
  • MUMA. 1952. Insect types in the collections of the University of Nebraska State Museum. Bulletin of the University of Nebraska State Museum 3:1-35.
  • LIEBERMANN. 1955. Primeira relaçao sistemática dos acridoideos do Brasil. Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 53:329-344.
  • MESA ET AL.. 1983. Cariología de los acridoideos neotropicales: estado actual de su conocimiento y nuevas contribuciones. Annales de la Société Entomologiquue de France (N.S.) 18:507-526.
  • COSTA & JANTSCH. 1999. Acridoideos (Orthoptera, Caelifera, Acridoidea) ocorrentes no Rio Grande do Sul. Biociencias, Porto Alegre 7: 135-155.
  • CARBONELL. 2004. The genus Xyleus Gistel 1848 (Acridoidea, Romaleidae, Romaleinae). Journal of Orthoptera Research 13: 63-133.
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