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8 records for Evacanthus ustanucha Yancey County

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sciNamecomNameiddateobservernumberlife_stagecommentslocationparktime_of_dayplantobsTypephoto_link
Evacanthus ustanucha152242020-08-08Rob Van EppsxAdultMany seen on Pink Turtlehead and other plants near summit of Mount Mitchell.Mount Mitchell SPMOMI01_Photo
Many seen on Pink Turtlehead and other plants near summit of Mount Mitchell.

Many seen on Pink Turtlehead and other plants near summit of Mount Mitchell.
Evacanthus ustanucha152242020-07-18 1Adulthttps://www.inaturalist.org/observations/53556800Mount Mitchell State Park, Burnsvilleday04_iNaturalist
Evacanthus ustanucha152242019-07-30J. B. Sullivan1AdultMt. Mitchell SP, 6300-6600'MOMI01_Photo

Evacanthus ustanucha152242016-06-29Lori Owenby1Adultlikely this species based on locationMt Mitchell SPMOMIday01_Photo
likely this species based on location
Evacanthus ustanucha152242016-06-29Lori Owenby1AdultmaleMt Mitchell SPMOMIday01_Photo
male

male
Evacanthus ustanucha152242014-08-25Paul Scharf, B Bockhahn1Caught sweepingMt. Mitchell State ParkMOMI1515 PM01_Photo
Caught sweeping

Caught sweeping

Caught sweeping

Caught sweeping
Evacanthus ustanucha152242014-08-25Paul Scharf, B Bockhahn1Attracted to LightMt Mitchell State ParkMOMI1930 PM01_Photo
Attracted to Light

Attracted to Light
Evacanthus ustanucha152241957-08-12Hamilton, 198320males and femalesMt Mitchell11_Collection