Coelidiini, Dohrn, 1859

Meshram, Naresh M., 2019, Leafhopper tribe Coelidiini (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Coelidiinae) of the Indian subcontinent, Zootaxa 4653 (1), pp. 1-91: 8

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Key to genera of the tribe Coelidiini   from the Indian subcontinent

1. Aedeagus with broad, tubular shaft, sometimes with laminate margin or with longitudinal cavity with one or two apical processes ( Figs. 26 View FIGURES 26 D–F, K–H, 53 A, D)...................................................................... 2

- Aedeagus with narrow tubular shaft with or without processes ( Figs. 15 A View FIGURES 15 , 23 A View FIGURES 23 , 27 A View FIGURES 27 , 36 B View FIGURES 36 )......................... 3

2. Aedeagus with shaft broad throughout, with two apical processes ( Figs. 53 View FIGURES 53 A–D).................... Zhangolidia Nielson

- Aedeagus with shaft broad but tapered distally with one apical and one subapical processes ( Figs. 26 View FIGURES 26 D–F, L–M)................................................................................................ Mahellus Nielson  

3. Aedeagus with longitudinal cavity on dorsal or lateral margin of shaft ( Figs. 24 View FIGURES 24 P–Q, U–V)........... Hiatusorus Nielson

- Aedeagus without such cavity on shaft.................................................................... 4

4. Aedeagus with shaft glabrous or nearly so ( Figs. 27 View FIGURES 27 A–B); pygofer with long caudodorsal process ( Figs. 25 View FIGURES 25 F–H)............................................................................................... Glaberana Nielson

- Aedeagal shaft with one to many short to very long processes ( Figs. 15 View FIGURES 15 A–B, 23 B, 27 A–B, 42 A–B); pygofer caudodorsal process variable...................................................................................... 5

5. Aedeagus with numerous short spine-like processes in medial or distal 1/3 of shaft ( Figs. 24 View FIGURES 24 C–D, 38 C–D)............. 6

- Aedeagus with 1–5 processes on shaft ( Figs. 31 A View FIGURES 31 , 46 A View FIGURES 46 ) rarely with short row of processes ( Fig. 37 B View FIGURES 37 )................. 7

6. Aedeagus with apical to subapical processes on shaft ( Figs. 24 C, D, G, H, K, L View FIGURES 24 )................... Creberulidia Nielson

- Aedeagus with numerous setae restricted to margins of gonopore ( Figs. 40 C, D, G, H View FIGURES 40 )............... Orbisolidia Nielson

7. Aedeagus with 1–3 long apical or subapical glabrous or spinose processes, sometimes with short subequal processes on aedeagal shaft ( Figs. 15 A View FIGURES 15 , 29 A View FIGURES 29 , 33 View FIGURES 33 A–B)...................................................................... 8

- Aedeagus with 1–3 very short, glabrous apical or subapical processes accompanied with patch of short teeth on distal margin of shaft and short row of setae basad of apex ( Figs. 51 View FIGURES 51 A–C, 52 A–C)............................. Webbolidia Nielson  

8. Aedeagus with only one glabrous or spinose process ( Figs. 29 A View FIGURES 29 , 30 A View FIGURES 30 , 41 A View FIGURES 41 )...................................... 9

- Aedeagus with two or more processes of which one may be spinose or furcate ( Figs. 18 A View FIGURES 18 , 23 A View FIGURES 23 , 44 A View FIGURES 44 )................ 10

9. Aedeagus with glabrous process, sometimes apex of process toothed ( Figs. 41 View FIGURES 41 A–B, 42 A–B)........... Singillatus Nielson

- Aedeagus with complex, multisetose or multispinose process ( Figs. 29 View FIGURES 29 A–B, 28 A, 33 A, 36 B)......... Olidiana McKamey  

10. Aedeagus with two processes, either glabrous or multisetose ( Figs. 18 View FIGURES 18 A–B, 19 A, 22 B)................. Calodia Nielson  

- Aedeagus with 3–5 processes, either glabrous or one of them spinose or furcate ( Figs. 44 A View FIGURES 44 , 46 A View FIGURES 46 , 47 A View FIGURES 47 , 50 A View FIGURES 50 )................................................................................................. Trinoridia Nielson