This is the second in a series of four papers that will treat the 55 species and one incertae sedis in the genus Cladonota Stål. The genus Cladonota contains four subgenera: Cladonota Stål, Falculifera McKamey, Lecythifera Fowler, and Lobocladisca Stål. This paper treats the 18 species of the subgenus Cladonota which includes: C. albofasciata (Goding), C. amazonica (Andrade), C. atrata (Fonesca), C. cinerea (Fonesca), C. crassepunctata (Sakakibara), C. erwini n. sp., C. foliata (Funkhouser), C. fritzi (Sakakibara), C. gracilis (Sakakibara), C. guimaraesi (Sakakibara), C. latifrons (Stål), C. lopezi (Strümpel), C. mirabilis (Fairmaire), C. paradoxa (Germar), C. ridicula (Walker), C. rufescens (Fonesca), C. trilobosa (Fonesca and Diringshofen), and C. undulata (Walker). Cladonota erwini n. sp. is from Ecuador. Keys, species illustrations, and diagnoses are given for each species treated.
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