Oligoglena goumenissa :: European Cicadas

Oligoglena goumenissa (Gogala, Drosopoulos & Trilar 2012)


O. goumenissa - typical sequence from a calling song, which can last about the minute with many repetitions Peloponnese GR - rec. M.G.


O. goumenissa same as above with frequency reduced by 50% for easy listening


O. goumenissa, duration of long echemes sometimes increases and the number of short echemes inbetween decreases


O. goumenissa same as above with frequency reduced by 50% for easy listening


O. goumenissa, at the end of a song there are usually longer sequences of short echemes and the song dies out or is again repeated.


O. goumenissa same as above with frequency reduced by 50% for easy listening

Syn.: Cicadivetta goumenissa Gogala, Drosopoulos & Trilar 2012

Syn.: Mezammira goumenissa (Gogala, Drosopoulos & Trilar 2012)

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Reference:

Gogala M., Drosopoulos S., Trilar T., 2012. Cicadivetta goumenissa, a new cicada species from Peloponesos, Greece (Hemiptera: Cicadidae). Acta entomologica slovenica 20(1): 5-16. PDF

Gogala M, Drosopoulos S, Trilar T (2013) New distributional and bioacoustic data about Cicadivetta goumenissa from Peloponnese, Greece (Hemiptera, Cicadidae). In: Popov A, Grozeva S, Simov N, Tasheva E (Eds) Advances in Hemipterology. ZooKeys 319: 83–91. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.319.4452

Gogala M., Puissant S., Trilar T (2017). Revision and resurrection of the genus name Mezammira Fieber, 1876 (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) with special focus on its species from Greece and the description of two new species. Acta entomologica slovenica 25(1): 5-64.PDF

Dmitriev D.A. (2017). Unavailability of the genus name Mezammira (Hemiptera: Cicadidae). Acta entomologica slovenica 25(2): 159-164. PDF

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