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tree·hop·per
[tree-hop-er]
NOUN
1.
any of numerous homopterous jumping insects of the family Membracidae, that have an enlarged prothorax and feed on the juices of plants, often injuring the plants.
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treehopper

Treehoppers and thorn bugs are members of the family Membracidae, a group of insects related to the cicadas and the leafhoppers. About 3,200 species of ...

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Experience TreeHoppers Zip Line Adventure Park, Florida's largest zip line ropes course! One of the funnest things to do in the Tampa Bay and Orlando Area!

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TREEHOPPERS provides online access to unique bibliographic and taxonomic resources for retrieving information on the insect families Aetalionidae, ...

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Dec 12, 2015 ... TreeHoppers Zipline Aerial Adventure Park Dade City Florida! http://www. treehoppers.com I just happened to see something about this place ...

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Western Thornhopper - Campylenchia rugosa - male - female Ants herding hoppers & nymphs - Campylenchia latipes treehopper nymph - Enchenopa ...

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Mar 22, 2016 ... Jayson and I on the Waterfall course at Treehoppers Zip Line Ropes Course in Dade City, Fl - 3/20/16.

www.britannica.com/animal/treehopper

Treehopper (family Membracidae), any of approximately 3,200 species of insects (order Homoptera) that are easily recognized by their vertical face and ...

www.zipworld.co.uk/adventure/detail/tree-hoppers

Elements include the tree hoppers bridge, zip bridge, walking the plank, balance beam, hanging logs, French hammock bridge, tyre tops, 'match sticks', cargo ...

www.nature.com/articles/nature09977

May 5, 2011 ... Treehoppers, a small group of hemipteran insects related to cicadas, have evolved a peculiar morphological structure known as the helmet.