Haphsa bindusara (Distant, 1881)
- GBIF Backbone Taxonomy
- Published in
- Distant, W.L. (1881b) Descriptions of new species belonging to the homopterous family Cicadidae. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London. 1881, 627–648.
- Haphsa bindusara
[Distant, 1906] Burma: Teinzo; Karen Hills. Upper Tenasserim. [Metcalf, 1963] Tenasserim; India; Burma; Laos; Indochina. [Sanborn, 2014] Pakistan (?), Burma, India, Yunnan, China, Laos, Thailand, Tenasserim, Indochina, North Vietnam, Myanmar, Vietnam, Bangladesh (?).
Authority: Distant 1881; Metcalf (1963) stated "India" in reference to Atkinson (1886) who was referring to the type specimen from Upper Tenasserim (Myanmar). Metcalf (1963) also listed India in reference to Mathur (1953) who stated "India.-Burma: Katha, Mohnyin Res." as a part of then "British India". Listings of India since then are likely to be in reference to published localities, most likely that from Metcalf (1963). In addition, Sanborn (2014) listed Pakistan and Bangladesh in reference to a specimen collected in Chittagong (former "East Pakistan" now Bangladesh), however the identification of the specimen from Chaudhry et al. (1970) (Aola sp.? bindusara) has not been confirmed thus the Bangladesh distribution is not conclusive at this point.