Fulgoroidea

plural noun Ful·go·roi·dea \ˌfu̇lgəˈrȯidēə, ˌfəl-\

Definition of Fulgoroidea

  1. :  a superfamily of insects (suborder Homoptera) that usually have ocelli in cavities of the cheeks and the anal veins of the forewings fused apically to form a Y — see lantern fly

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Origin and Etymology of fulgoroidea

New Latin, from Fulgora + -oidea


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