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3 records for Sophonia orientalis Mecklenburg County

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Sophonia orientalisTwo-spotted Leafhopper143442020-12-31Ken Kneidel8AdultStuck in Tanglefoot in a tree band on Willow Oak. I've seen several as I begin monitoring trees this winter, averaging roughly 1 individual for every 3 trees.LaTrobe Drive, CharlotteWillow Oak01_Photo
Stuck in Tanglefoot in a tree band on Willow Oak. I've seen several as I begin monitoring trees this winter, averaging roughly 1 individual for every 3 trees.
Sophonia orientalisTwo-spotted Leafhopper143442017-12-06Ken Kneidel1ImmatureUnderside of Magnolia leaf; an adult was on another.Evergreen Nature ReserveMagnolia01_Photo
Underside of Magnolia leaf; an adult was on another.
Sophonia orientalisTwo-spotted Leafhopper143442017-11-30 Ken Kneidel14.8 mm, sweep of vegetation around wet retention areaRandolph Middle School, 4400 Water Oak Rd, Charlottemid-afternoon01_Photo
4.8 mm, sweep of vegetation around wet retention area