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Chronological account
Liburnia varia Hesse, 1925 previous combination of Delphacodes varia (Hesse, 1925) according to Muir (1929): 220
Delphacodes varia (Hesse, 1925) previous combination of Toya varia (Hesse, 1925) according to Fennah (1964): 142
Toya terryi (Muir, 1917) synonym of Toya tuberculosa (Distant, 1916) according to Fennah (1975): 117
Liburnia tuberculosa Distant, 1916 previous combination of Toya tuberculosa (Distant, 1916) according to Fennah (1976): 269
Toya varia (Hesse, 1925) synonym of Toya tuberculosa (Distant, 1916) according to Fennah (1976): 269
Toya hispijimena Asche, 1980 synonym of Toya tuberculosa (Distant, 1916) according to Asche (1988): 224
Toya terryi (Muir, 1917)  status revivisco according to Ding (2006): 506
Delphacodes terryi Muir, 1917 previous combination of Toya terryi (Muir, 1917)
Distribution map: extant taxa
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Geographical distribution
China (Guangdong)  according to  Fennah (1956): 472
France (Reunion)  according to  Attié et al. (2008): 1621 refuted by Fennah (1975): 117
Great Britain (Saint Helena)  according to  Fennah (1976): 270 refuted by Fennah (1975): 117
Greece  according to  Drosopoulos et al. (1983): 35
Indonesia (Jawa)  according to  Muir (1917): 334
Italy
Spain
Taiwan  according to  Muir (1917): 334
Turkey
Vietnam  according to  Fennah (1978): 221 refuted by Fennah (1975): 117
Biological interactions
Host-plant
Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Drosopoulos et al. (1983): 59, Bonfils et al. (1994)
Panicum repens L. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Bonfils et al. (1994)
Pennisetum clandestinum Hochst. ex Chiov. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Bonfils et al. (1994)
Setaria sphacelata (Schumach.) Stapf & C.E. Hubb. ex M.B. Moss (Poales, Poaceae) according to Bonfils et al. (1994)
Zea mays L. (Poales, Poaceae) according to Bonfils et al. (1994)