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Abstract

The prokaryotic generic names Li 2004 and Li 2006 are illegitimate because they are later homonyms of the names Roewer 1919 (Opiliones, Arachnida, Arthropoda, Animalia), Huang 1997 (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) and Wu and Zheng 2000 (Homoptera: Coccomorpha) [Principle 2 of the (1990 Revision)]. Therefore, new generic names, gen. nov. and gen. nov., are proposed for these taxa. In addition, a new family name, fam. nov., is proposed to accommodate gen. nov. As a result, new combinations are required for the species to replace the illegitimate species names.

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