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Chronological account
Cicada dilatata Fourcroy, 1785 previous combination of Fulgora dilatata (Fourcroy, 1785) according to Olivier (1791): 577
Fulgora dilatata (Fourcroy, 1785) previous combination of Latissus dilatatus (Fourcroy, 1785) according to Latreille (1804): 314
Issus luteus Fieber, 1876 synonym of Latissus dilatatus (Fourcroy, 1785) according to Horváth (1897): 55
Issus luteus Fieber, 1876  status revivisco according to Melichar (1906): 190
Issus luteus Fieber, 1876 previous combination of Latissus dilatatus luteus Fieber, 1876 according to Melichar (1906): 190
Latissus dilatatus (Fourcroy, 1785) transferred from [Fulgoromorpha, Fulgoroidea, Issidae, Issinae, Issini, Issina]
    to [Fulgoromorpha, Fulgoroidea, Issidae, Issinae, Issini, Issina] according to Dlabola (1974): 299
Latissus dilatatus luteus Fieber, 1876 synonym of Latissus dilatatus (Fourcroy, 1785) according to Gnezdilov et al. (2011): 28
Distribution map: extant taxa
Opacity 30%
Data accuracy
Level 4
Levels 1, 2 and 3
(TDWG standard) GBIF occurrences
Geographical distribution
Albania  according to  Horváth (1916): 15
Croatia  according to  Melichar (1906): 190, Oshanin (1907): 273, Dmitrovic et al. (2023): 10
France  according to  Fourcroy (1785): 193, Costa (1840): 2
Greece  according to  Puton (1899): 105, Oshanin (1907): 273
Hungary  according to  Horváth (1897): 55
Italy  according to  Horváth (1897): 55, Puton (1899): 105, Melichar (1906): 190, Oshanin (1907): 273

Italy (Sardegna)  according to  Oshanin (1907): 273

Italy (Sicily)  according to  Costa (1840): 2

Montenegro  according to  Gnezdilov (2011): 189
Portugal  according to  Puton (1899): 105
Slovenia  according to  Gnezdilov (2016): 343
Spain  according to  Puton (1899): 105, Oshanin (1907): 273
Turkey  according to  Puton (1899): 105, Oshanin (1907): 273, Lodos & Kalkandelen (1981): 19
Yugoslavia  according to  Melichar (1906): 190