Hoppers of North Carolina:
Spittlebugs, Leafhoppers, Treehoppers, and Planthoppers
    11 records for Evacanthus ustanucha
countydateobservernumberlife_stagecommentscollectionlocationparkdate_ctime_of_dayplantobsTypenrid_id
Buncombe2021-08-14 1Adulthttps://www.inaturalist.org/observations/91185013Pisgah National Forest, Barnardsville2021-08-14 19:14:12day04_iNaturalist
Macon2005-07-08 1Craggy Gardens2014-11-18 14:18:0503_BugGuide
Transylvania0000-08-00Hamilton, 198364 males, 2 femalesChestnut Bald2017-10-23 13:03:0411_Collection
Yancey1957-08-12Hamilton, 198320males and femalesMt Mitchell2017-10-23 13:03:5011_Collection
Yancey2014-08-25Paul Scharf, B Bockhahn1Caught sweepingMt. Mitchell State ParkMOMI2015-04-06 18:22:491515 PM01_Photo
Yancey2014-08-25Paul Scharf, B Bockhahn1Attracted to LightMt Mitchell State ParkMOMI2015-04-06 18:34:341930 PM01_Photo
Yancey2016-06-29Lori Owenby1Adultlikely this species based on locationMt Mitchell SPMOMI2020-04-07 10:38:15day01_Photo
Yancey2016-06-29Lori Owenby1AdultmaleMt Mitchell SPMOMI2020-04-07 10:42:52day01_Photo
Yancey2019-07-30J. B. Sullivan1AdultMt. Mitchell SP, 6300-6600'MOMI2020-04-09 12:57:1601_Photo
Yancey2020-07-18 1Adulthttps://www.inaturalist.org/observations/53556800Mount Mitchell State Park, Burnsville2020-07-18 23:37:28day04_iNaturalist
Yancey2020-08-08Rob Van EppsxAdultMany seen on Pink Turtlehead and other plants near summit of Mount Mitchell.Mount Mitchell SPMOMI2020-08-12 02:57:2001_Photo