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Hill et al. (2015) undertook a phylogenetic analysis of the genus Tibicen (sometimes referred to as Lyristes) and segregated many of the species traditionally included in the genus into three new genera, more accurately reflecting inferred evolutionary relationships: Hadoa and Neotibicen for North American species (including several Mexican species) and Subsolanus for some Eurasian species. Some Mexican species formerly placed in Tibicen were moved to Diceroprocta.


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