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10 records for Platycotis vittata Mecklenburg County

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sciNamecomNameiddateobservernumberlife_stagecommentslocationparktime_of_dayplantobsTypephoto_link
Platycotis vittataOak Treehopper110302021-04-23 1AdultTrapped in Tanglefoot on a tree band on Quercus phellosCharlotteQuercus phellos04_iNaturalist
Platycotis vittataOak Treehopper110302020-04-28Rob Van Epps1AdultSuburban yard near woodsDavidson01_Photo
Suburban yard near woods

Suburban yard near woods
Platycotis vittataOak Treehopper110302020-04-24 1AdultCharlotteday04_iNaturalist
Platycotis vittataOak Treehopper110302020-04-22 1Adult?day04_iNaturalist
Platycotis vittataOak Treehopper110302020-04-18 1AdultCoulwood West, Charlotteday04_iNaturalist
Platycotis vittataOak Treehopper110302020-04-14Ken KneidelseveralAdulton Willow Oak, Quercus phellos, stuck in Tanglefoot on a tree bandFenton Place, CharlotteWillow Oak, Quercus phellos01_Photo
on Willow Oak, Quercus phellos, stuck in Tanglefoot on a tree band
Platycotis vittataOak Treehopper110302020-04-09Ken Kneidel1Adultstuck in Tanglefoot on a tree bandLockley Drive, Charlotteoak 01_Photo
stuck in Tanglefoot on a tree band
Platycotis vittataOak Treehopper110302020-03-17Ken Kneidel1Adultdead in Tanglefoot on an oak tree bandProvidence Rd and Sharon Amity Rd01_Photo
dead in Tanglefoot on an oak tree band
Platycotis vittataOak Treehopper110302020-02-17Ken Kneidel1Adult9 mm female trapped in Tanglefoot on a tree band, dead when encounteredRidgewood Ave, Charlotte01_Photo
9 mm female trapped in Tanglefoot on a tree band, dead when encountered

9 mm female trapped in Tanglefoot on a tree band, dead when encountered

9 mm female trapped in Tanglefoot on a tree band, dead when encountered
Platycotis vittataOak Treehopper110300000-00-00010_NC_Checklist