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5 records for Aphrophora saratogensis Durham County

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sciNamecomNameiddateobservernumberlife_stagecommentslocationparktime_of_dayplantobsTypephoto_link
Aphrophora saratogensisSaratoga Spittlebug85402020-06-03 1AdultSaxony Drday04_iNaturalist
Aphrophora saratogensisSaratoga Spittlebug85402020-05-06Cindy Darnell1Adultfifth instar nymph, bubble mass along white clover roots.?daywhite clover01_Photo
fifth instar nymph, bubble mass along white clover roots.

fifth instar nymph, bubble mass along white clover roots.

fifth instar nymph, bubble mass along white clover roots.

fifth instar nymph, bubble mass along white clover roots.

fifth instar nymph, bubble mass along white clover roots.

fifth instar nymph, bubble mass along white clover roots.
Aphrophora saratogensisSaratoga Spittlebug85402020-05-03Cindy Darnell4AdultTwo nymphs in bubble masses among clover stem/roots on the surface of the soil. no nymphs were found on any other neighboring plants (wood sorrel, Bermuda grass). clover patch is below tree line, including pine and sweetgum trees. Pine pollen cones and needles are mixed in with the plants.Found two more in a nearby clover patch! I replanted the clover and moved them indoors. Both nymphs created new spittle masses within a half hour of being transplanted. ?dayclover01_Photo
Two nymphs in bubble masses among clover stem/roots on the surface of the soil. no nymphs were found on any other neighboring plants (wood sorrel, Bermuda grass). clover patch is below tree line, including pine and sweetgum trees. Pine pollen cones and needles are mixed in with the plants.Found two more in a nearby clover patch! I replanted the clover and moved them indoors. Both nymphs created new spittle masses within a half hour of being transplanted.

Two nymphs in bubble masses among clover stem/roots on the surface of the soil. no nymphs were found on any other neighboring plants (wood sorrel, Bermuda grass). clover patch is below tree line, including pine and sweetgum trees. Pine pollen cones and needles are mixed in with the plants.Found two more in a nearby clover patch! I replanted the clover and moved them indoors. Both nymphs created new spittle masses within a half hour of being transplanted.

Two nymphs in bubble masses among clover stem/roots on the surface of the soil. no nymphs were found on




Aphrophora saratogensisSaratoga Spittlebug85402020-04-27Cindy Darnell1Adultattached to roots of flowering plant, an extensive clover system (possibly white clover) along with Youngia japonica, near the surface of the soil; pines nearby?dayclover01_Photo
attached to roots of flowering plant near the surface of the soil

attached to roots of flowering plant near the surface of the soil

attached to roots of flowering plant near the surface of the soil

attached to roots of flowering plant near the surface of the soil
Aphrophora saratogensisSaratoga Spittlebug85402018-10-08 1AdultSandy Creek04_iNaturalist