Fulgoridae

plural noun
Ful·​gor·​i·​dae | \fu̇lˈgȯrəˌdē, ˌfəl-\

Definition of Fulgoridae 

: a family of chiefly tropical often grotesquely formed plant-feeding insects (superfamily Fulguroidea) that have the beak obviously arising from the base of the head and the ocelli near or below the eyes — see lantern fly

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New Latin, from Fulgora, type genus + -idae

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