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Leafhopper is a common name applied to any species from the family Cicadellidae. These minute insects, colloquially known as hoppers, are plant feeders that ...

Managing Pests in Gardens: Vegetables: Invertebrates—Leafhoppers


Leafhoppers. Leafhoppers feed on many different fruit, vegetable, flower, and woody ornamental hosts. Most species of leafhoppers feed on only one or several ...

Leafhopper Control | Planet Natural


Many species of leafhoppers exist in home gardens throughout North America. Both adults and nymphs feed by puncturing the undersides of leaves and sucking  ...

Leafhoppers and planthoppers - Missouri Botanical Garden


Numerous species of leafhoppers and planthoppers are found in Missouri, and many of them have a broad host list (for example, the potato leafhopper, ...

Photo of a leafhopper -- one of nature's smallest, yet most brilliant works of art. More »
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Leafhopper Homepage


Leafhoppers are one of the largest families of plant-feeding insects. There are more leafhopper species worldwide than all species of birds, mammals, reptiles,  ...

Family Cicadellidae - Leafhoppers - BugGuide.Net


Feb 16, 2004 ... Leafhopper - Texananus Cicadellidae -? - Peconus scriptanus bug - Oncopsis quebecensis Leafhopper - Draeculacephala Leafhopper ...

Family Cicadellidae - Leafhoppers - BugGuide.Net


Xestocephalus similis Anoscopus? - Anoscopus - female Leafhopper - Xestocephalus superbus Xestocephalus similis Aphrodinae Leafhopper - Xestocephalus ...

Leafhopper - BioKIDS - University of Michigan


Adult leafhoppers can fly, but also hop quickly off a plant if disturbed. They are very active. Immatures lack wings so hop, or run, often sideways. Like aphids they ...

Leafhopper Control | Green, Grape Leafhoppers


Leafhoppers can seriously damage many plants, control them naturally.

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Q: What is the Leafhopper Diet?
A: All leafhoppers feed on plant sap. The insects have sharp piercing mouth parts that are designed for extracting the juice from plant leaves and stems. Plants su... Read More »
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Q: What is beet leafhopper?
A: n. A small insect (Eutettix tenellus) that transmits a destructive viral disease to plants, especially sugar beets, in the United States. Read More »
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Q: What is a leafhopper?
A: leafhopper: small leaping insect that sucks the juices of plants Read More »
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Q: Where do leafhoppers live?
A: leaf hoppers are attracted to light. you may find them out side at night.if you keep your back lighte on they will swarm to the light. they are green danty litt... Read More »
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Q: What is the order of a leafhopper?
A: Order Homoptera Read More »
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