Genus Penepissonotus Beamer, 1950
Distribution: USA: Eastern United States, Maryland to Florida.
Type species: Penepissonotus bicolor Beamer, 1950.
Only one species is in this genus - Penepissonotus bicolor Beamer, 1950 - USA: Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia.
Recorded Hosts: None (there is an unpublished record from a sedge).
Economic Importance: Limited, this is an uncommon species.
Penepissonotus bicolor is distinctly pale colored with a darker head and prothorax. The extend of the coloration varies among specimens. Macropters (especially females) are not uncommonly collected at lights, and such specimens are often found in the undetermined of research collections.
Molecular resources: none.
Beamer, R.H. 1950. Five new genera of delphacine fulgorids (Homoptera - Fulgoridae - Delphacinae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 23(4): 128-133.