Genus Macrotomella Van Duzee, 1907
Distribution: Southeastern United States, Greater Antilles, Central America.
Type species: Macrotomella carinata Van Duzee, 1907
There is a single species in this genus:
Macrotomella carinata Van Duzee, 1907 - USA: Florida, Illinois, Texas; Bahamas (Great Inagua), Belize, Cuba, Jamaica, Mexico
Recorded hosts: None?
Economic importance: Limited. A single uncommon species in southeastern USA, Carribbean and Central America. there has been unconfirmed report of this species being transported on horticulture stock.
The bicarinate frons is highly distinctive; also note the slightly pointed head. Long-winged forms are known, but less common than brachypters.
Van Duzee, E. P. 1907a. Notes on Jamaican Hemiptera: A report on a collection of Hemiptera made on the island of Jamaica in the spring of 1906. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 8(5): 3-79.