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6 records for Eutettix unidentified species Mecklenburg County

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Eutettix unidentified species173282021-02-04Ken Kneidel1Adult5.1 mm male, trapped in Tanglefoot on a tree band on Willow OakHopedale Avenue, CharlotteWillow Oak01_Photo
5.1 mm male, trapped in Tanglefoot on a tree band on Willow Oak

5.1 mm male, trapped in Tanglefoot on a tree band on Willow Oak

5.1 mm male, trapped in Tanglefoot on a tree band on Willow Oak
Eutettix unidentified species173282020-04-17Ken Kneidel1Adultmale, photographed by K. Kittelberger; collected on sappy tree bands that the city puts up to "protect" trees from Fall CankerwormsColville Rd, Charlotte01_Photo
male, photographed by K. Kittelberger; collected on sappy tree bands that the city puts up to \"protect\" trees from Fall Cankerworms

male, photographed by K. Kittelberger; collected on sappy tree bands that the city puts up to "protect" trees from Fall Cankerworms
Eutettix unidentified species173282020-02-12Ken Kneidel3Adult5.3 mm and 5.1 mm males, one of several Eutettix individuals stuck in Tanglefoot on a tree bands on Willow Oaks, Quercus phellos.Hempstead Place, Charlotte01_Photo
5.4 mm male, one of several Eutettix individuals stuck in Tanglefoot on a tree bands on Willow Oaks, Quercus phellos.

5.4 mm male, one of several Eutettix individuals stuck in Tanglefoot on a tree bands on Willow Oaks, Quercus phellos.

5.4 mm male, one of several Eutettix individuals stuck in Tanglefoot on a tree bands on Willow Oaks, Quercus phellos.

5.4 mm male, one of several Eutettix individuals stuck in Tanglefoot on a tree bands on Willow Oaks, Quercus phellos.

5.3 mm male, one of several Eutettix individuals stuck in Tanglefoot on a tree bands on Willow Oaks, Quercus phellos.

5.3 mm male, one of several Eutettix individuals stuck in Tanglefoot on a tree bands on Willow Oaks, Quercus phellos.

5.3 mm and 5.1 mm males, one of several Eutettix individuals stuck in Tanglefoot on a tree bands on Willow Oaks, Quercus phellos.

5.3 mm and 5.1 mm males, one of several Eutettix individuals stuck in Tanglefoot on a tree bands on Willow Oaks, Quercus phellos.
Eutettix unidentified species173282020-02-02Ken KneidelseveralAdultfemale, I measured 5.5 mm, but not in good condition, one of several E. luridus I've been finding throughout Charlotte stuck in Tanglefoot on tree bandsGreen Ridge Drive, Charlotte01_Photo
female, I measured 5.5 mm, but not in good condition, one of several E. luridus I've been finding throughout Charlotte stuck in Tanglefoot on tree bands
Eutettix unidentified species173282020-01-23Ken Kneidel1Adult5.3 mm male, dead, stuck in Tanglefoot on tree band, tree between paved street and pond surrounded by woodland Latrobe Drive, Charlotte01_Photo
5.3 mm male, dead, stuck in Tanglefoot on tree band, tree between paved street and pond surrounded by woodland

5.3 mm male, dead, stuck in Tanglefoot on tree band, tree between paved street and pond surrounded by woodland

5.3 mm male, dead, stuck in Tanglefoot on tree band, tree between paved street and pond surrounded by woodland

5.3 mm male, dead, stuck in Tanglefoot on tree band, tree between paved street and pond surrounded by woodland
Eutettix unidentified species173282019-02-15 Ken Kneidel3Adulttrapped in Tanglefoot on a tree band, still aliveRidgewood Ave, Charlotte13:3001_Photo
trapped in Tanglefoot on a tree band, still alive