Hoppers of North Carolina:
Spittlebugs, Leafhoppers, Treehoppers, and Planthoppers
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53 species for Granville County

GroupfamilysciNamecomName
4 SpittlebugsCERCOPIDAEProsapia bicinctaTwo-lined Spittlebug
APHROPHORIDAEAphrophora cribrataPine Spittlebug
Aphrophora saratogensisSaratoga Spittlebug
Lepyronia quadrangularisDiamondback Spittlebug
28 LeafhoppersCICADELLIDAECeratagallia vulgaris
Cuerna costalisLateral-lined Sharpshooter
Draeculacephala antica
Graphocephala coccineaRed-banded Leafhopper
Graphocephala versutaVersute Sharpshooter
Oncometopia orbonaBroad-headed Sharpshooter
Sibovia occatoria
Tylozygus geometricus
Xyphon flavicepsYellow-headed Leafhopper
Chlorotettix necopinus
Chlorotettix viridius
Doleranus longulus
Eutettix luridus
Excultanus excultus
Graminella nigrifronsBlack-faced Leafhopper
Japananus hyalinusJapanese Maple Leafhopper
Orientus ishidaeJapanese Leafhopper
CicadellidaeParaphlepsius pusillus
CICADELLIDAEJikradia olitoria
Empoasca fabaePotato Leafhopper
Eratoneura ardens
Erythroneura calycula
Erythroneura vitisGrapevine Leafhopper
Eupteryx flavoscuta
CicadellidaeGyponana gladia
CICADELLIDAEPonana puncticollis
Ponana pectoralis
Xerophloea viridis
11 TreehoppersMEMBRACIDAEEnchenopa latipesWidefooted Treehopper, Eastern Thornhopper
Platycotis vittataOak Treehopper
Acutalis tartarea
Atymna querci
Cyrtolobus maculifrontis
Entylia carinata
Micrutalis calvaHoneylocust Treehopper
Spissistilus festinusThree-cornered Alfalfa Hopper
Stictocephala brevitylus
Stictocephala dicerosTwo-horned Treehopper
Telamona reclivata
1 Acanaloniid PlanthoppersACANALONIIDAEAcanalonia bivittataTwo-striped Planthopper
2 Piglet BugsCALISCELIDAEBruchomorpha minima
Bruchomorpha pallidipes
3 Delphacid PlanthoppersDELPHACIDAELiburniella ornataOrnate Planthopper
Sogatella kolophon
Stobaera tricarinata
1 Dictypharid PlanthoppersDICTYOPHARIDAERhynchomitra lingula
2 Flatid PlanthoppersFLATIDAEFlatormenis proximaNorthern Flatid Planthopper
Ormenoides venusta
1 Issid PlanthoppersISSIDAEThionia bullata