Hoppers of North Carolina:
Spittlebugs, Leafhoppers, Treehoppers, and Planthoppers
    14 records for Xantholobus intermedius
countydateobservernumberlife_stagecommentscollectionlocationparkdate_ctime_of_dayplantobsTypenrid_id
Ashe0000-00-0002014-10-12 20:02:4310_NC_Checklist
Buncombe0000-00-0002014-10-12 20:02:4310_NC_Checklist
Haywood1994-06-1772015-10-03 12:25:51Quercus rubra12_GSMNP
Haywood1994-07-0142015-10-03 12:25:56Quercus rubra12_GSMNP
Out Of State2016-06-19Kyle Kittelberger1female, 5.9 mm; tentative IDrnM.R."the male looks more like a true Xantholobus than the female). I think Matt Wallace and I agree that this should probably belongs in the Cyrtolobus genus"New Hampshire2017-04-02 22:39:35night01_Photo
Swain1992-09-0112015-10-03 12:26:01Quercus rubra12_GSMNP
Swain1993-07-0912015-10-03 12:26:06Quercus rubra12_GSMNP
Swain1994-06-1022015-10-03 12:26:11Quercus rubra12_GSMNP
Swain1994-06-2852015-10-03 12:26:15Quercus rubra12_GSMNP
Swain1994-07-1512015-10-03 12:26:20Quercus rubra12_GSMNP
Swain2001-06-0612015-10-03 12:25:0812_GSMNP
Swain2001-07-0312015-10-03 12:25:0812_GSMNP
Wake0000-00-0002014-10-12 20:02:4310_NC_Checklist
Yancey0000-00-0002014-10-12 20:02:4310_NC_Checklist