Venation of Poreuomenini. Arrows point at Rs branching of from the radius 1. Rs branching off after the middle in Cestromoecha tenuipes. 2. Rs branching off basally, for example, in Poreuomena africana. 3–5. Mirror area of Cestromoecha tenuipes lacking the flaps on both tegmina bases, but with a well-developed mirror on the right tegmen (arrows). 5. Mirror area of Cestromoecha tenuipes from the underside with a well-developed stridulatory file, typical for all Poreuomenini.

  Part of: Hemp C, Massa B (2021) Biogeographical and evolutionary aspects of a Guineo-Congolian bushcricket tribe: Revision of the genera Cestromoecha Karsch, 1893 and Poreuomena Brunner von Wattenwyl, 1878, with the description of new species (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae, Phaneropterinae). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 68(1): 45-79.