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Chronological account
Delphax sordescens De Motschulsky, 1863 previous combination of Liburnia sordescens (De Motschulsky, 1863) according to Melichar (1903): 102, 225
Delphax parysatis Kirkaldy, 1907 previous combination of Delphacodes parysatis (Kirkaldy, 1907) according to Muir (1917): 333
Delphax ordovix Kirkaldy, 1907 previous combination of Delphacodes ordovix (Kirkaldy, 1907) according to Muir (1917): 333
Liburnia sordescens (De Motschulsky, 1863) previous combination of Delphacodes sordescens (De Motschulsky, 1863) [transfer implicitum] according to Muir (1919): 8
Nilaparvata greeni Distant, 1906 synonym of Delphacodes sordescens (De Motschulsky, 1863) according to Muir (1919): 8
Kalpa aculeata Distant, 1906 synonym of Delphacodes sordescens (De Motschulsky, 1863) according to Muir (1919): 8
Delphacodes anderida (Kirkaldy, 1907) synonym of Delphacodes sordescens (De Motschulsky, 1863) according to Muir (1919): 8
Delphacodes sordescens (De Motschulsky, 1863) previous combination of Nilaparvata sordescens (De Motschulsky, 1863) according to Muir (1922): 350
Delphax lugens Stål, 1854 previous combination of Nilaparvata lugens (Stål, 1854) according to Muir & Giffard (1924): 16
Nilaparvata sordescens (De Motschulsky, 1863) synonym of Nilaparvata lugens (Stål, 1854) according to Muir & Giffard (1924): 16
Delphacodes ordovix (Kirkaldy, 1907) synonym of Nilaparvata lugens (Stål, 1854) according to Muir & Giffard (1924): 16
Delphacodes parysatis (Kirkaldy, 1907) synonym of Nilaparvata lugens (Stål, 1854) according to Muir & Giffard (1924): 16
Delphacodes anderida (Kirkaldy, 1907)  status revivisco according to Bellis & Donaldson (2016): 250
Use(s) (chresonymy)
Delphacodes ordovis (Kirkaldy, 1907) wrong spelling of Delphacodes ordovix (Kirkaldy, 1907) in Muir (1917): 333 corrected by Metcalf (1943): 296
Delphax ordovis Kirkaldy, 1907 wrong spelling of Delphax ordovix Kirkaldy, 1907 in Muir (1917): 333 corrected by Metcalf (1943): 296
Delphax lunges Stål, 1854 wrong spelling of Delphax lugens Stål, 1854 in Guo et al. (2005): 167
Distribution map: extant taxa
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Data accuracy
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Levels 1, 2 and 3
(TDWG standard) GBIF occurrences
Geographical distribution
Bangladesh  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)
Brunei  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)
Cambodia  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)
Caroline Islands  according to  Fennah (1956): 122, Catindig et al. (2009)
China  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)

China (Hainan)  according to  Fennah (1956): 468

China (Hong Kong)  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)

China (Hubei)  according to  Fennah (1956): 468

China Southeast (Jiangsu)  according to  Liang (2005): 430

China (Zhejiang)  according to  Fennah (1956): 468

Fiji  according to  Catindig et al. (2009), Wilson (2009)
India  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)

India (Karnataka)  according to  Muir (1922): 350

Indonesia  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)

Indonesia (Sumatra)  according to  Muir (1923): 174

Japan  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)

Japan (Hokkaido)  according to  Hasegawa (1955): 132, Hayashi & Fujinuma (2016): 337

Japan (Honshu)  according to  Hasegawa (1955): 132, Hayashi & Fujinuma (2016): 337

Japan (Kyushu)  according to  Hasegawa (1955): 132, Hayashi & Fujinuma (2016): 337

Japan (Shikoku)  according to  Hasegawa (1955): 132, Hayashi & Fujinuma (2016): 337

Korea  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)
Laos  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)
Malaysia  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)
Mariana islands  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)
Myanmar (ex Burma)  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)
Nansei-shoto (Ryukyu Islands)  according to  Hayashi & Fujinuma (2016): 337
Nepal  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)
Pakistan (palearctic)  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)
Palau  according to  Fennah (1956): 122
Papua New Guinea  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)
Philippines  according to  Joshi et al. (2001), Catindig et al. (2009)
Singapore  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)
Solomon Islands  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)
Sri Lanka  according to  Kirby (1891): 141 , Fennah (1975): 101, Catindig et al. (2009)
Thailand  according to  Catindig et al. (2009)
Vietnam  according to  Fennah (1978): 219, Pham & Ta (2009): 244 , Catindig et al. (2009)
Biological interactions
Host-plant
Oryza sativa L. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Hasegawa (1955): 132, Sigsgaard (2007)
Saccharum officinarum L. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Hasegawa (1955): 132
Zizania sp. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Hasegawa (1955): 132
Parasitism: parasitoid
Agamermis changshaensis Bao, Luo and Luo, 1992 (Nematoda, Mermithida, Mermithidae) according to Bao et al. (1992)
Agamermis unka Kaburaki et Imamura 1932 (Nematoda, Mermithida, Mermithidae) according to Choo et al. (1989) , Choo & Kaya (1990): 513
Anagrus sp. (Insecta, Hymenoptera, Mymaridae) according to Swaminathan & Ananthakrishnan (1984): 7
Vernacular name(s)
Brown planthopper (BPH) (English) according to Catindig et al. (2009)
Kaki nga waya-waya in Philippines (Panay) (Visaya (Hiligaynon)) according to Anonymous (2010)
Kayumangging hanip in Philippines (Tagalog) according to Joshi (1999): 19
Kayumangging ngusong kabayo in Philippines (Tagalog) according to Joshi et al. (2001)
Ulmog in Philippines (Cebu) (Visaya (Cebuano)) according to Joshi et al. (2001)
Waya waya in Philippines (Mindanao) (Visaya (Hiligaynon)) according to Anonymous (2004)
Wereng coklat in Indonesia (Jawa) (Javanese)