Hoppers of North Carolina:
Spittlebugs, Leafhoppers, Treehoppers, and Planthoppers
    11 records for Archasia pallida
countydateobservernumberlife_stagecommentscollectionlocationparkdate_ctime_of_dayplantobsTypenrid_id
Durham2015-06-05Paul Scharf, B. Bockhahn,C. Mitchell1Attracted to UV LightLeigh Farm Park2015-06-11 18:47:440641 AM01_Photo
Durham2021-06-15 1AdultTrinity Park2021-06-18 23:41:07night04_iNaturalist
Durham2021-07-10 1AdultTrinity Park2021-07-11 11:41:39night04_iNaturalist
Mecklenburg0000-00-00Schiele Museum1?2017-08-17 16:26:1611_Collection
Orange2019-06-01 2Adulthttps://www.inaturalist.org/observations/26224008#activity_comment_2983021Chapel Hill2019-06-05 08:49:1604_iNaturalist
Out Of State0000-00-00Mark J. Rothschild1 2015-08-05 21:12:1501_Photo
Out Of State2015-09-24Ken Childs1the crest is a little higher and more irregular than typicalTennessee2015-10-05 11:17:54found at night, attracted with a light01_Photo
Out Of State2017-06-06Ken Childs1Tennessee2017-08-02 16:12:35at night01_Photo
Warren2011-07-21Paul Scharf1Attracted to Black LightLake Gaston2015-08-07 10:39:542103 PM01_Photo
Warren2011-08-09Paul Scharf 1Attracted to Black LightLake Gaston2015-08-07 10:40:300427 AM01_Photo
Warren2015-06-09Paul Scharf1Attracted to UV LightLake Gaston2015-08-05 22:09:090700 AM01_Photo