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C. A Fascinating Fauna (Continued)

Cicada species occurring in more than one region of the world are marked with an asterisk (*).

8C. Northern Eurasia and North Africa

The fauna of northern Eurasia has been displaced by glaciation, and replenished by a Mediterranean fauna which is enriched from sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, with some of the 145 species derived from faunas as far away as North America and Australia.

Family Cicadidae - Subfamily Cicadinae
Tribe *Cicadini (world-wide)
*Cicada: 20 species (also African, Asian)
*Cicadatra: 21 species (also African, Asian)
Dimissalna: 1 species
*Psalmocharias: 4 species (also Asian)
Triglena: 1 species

Tribe *Gaeanini (mostly Asian)
Chloropsalta: 4 species

Tribe *Tibicenini (mostly northern hemisphere)
*Tibicen: 3 species (world-wide)

Subfamily Cicadettinae
Tribe *Cicadettini (world wide)
*Cicadetta: 37 species (almost world-wide) [including possible subgenera Melampsalta, Tettigetta]
Aestuansella: 1 species
Euryphara: 4 species
Hilaphura: 1 species
Klapperichicen: 3 species
Mouia: 1 species
Oligoglena: 1 species
Pagiphora: 5 species
Saticula: 2 species
Tympanisalna: 2 species
Xossarella: 3 species

Tribe *Parnisini (pan-tropical)
Adeniana: 17 species
*Zouga: 2 species (mostly African)

Subfamily Tibicininae
Tribe *Tibicinini (mostly northern hemisphere)
Tibicina: 15 species (also Asian)

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