Hoppers of North Carolina:
Spittlebugs, Leafhoppers, Treehoppers, and Planthoppers
    12 records for Draeculacephala savannahae
countydateobservernumberlife_stagecommentscollectionlocationparkdate_ctime_of_dayplantobsTypenrid_id
Brunswick2019-05-25J. Bolling Sullivan4AdultOcean Isle, Duck Pond Rd2020-10-10 15:33:1511_Collection
Brunswick2021-07-23 1AdultBald Head Island2021-08-09 21:58:36day04_iNaturalist
Craven2020-05-27Erich Hofmann1Adultfemale, collected; additional pics by K. Kittelbergerprivate property near Croatan2021-02-09 16:03:34night01_Photo
Craven2020-05-28Erich Hofmann1Adultfemale, 7.1 mm; additional pics by K. Kittelbergerprivate property nr Croatan2021-02-07 12:04:18night01_Photo
New Hanover2017-09-30Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharf1marsh grass: black needlerush, spartina, etc.; female, 7.1 mmCarolina Beach SPCABE2017-10-16 10:58:14day, caught while sweeping01_Photo
New Hanover2021-09-04 Erich Hofmann1AdultFairfield Park, Wilmington2021-09-05 15:31:371340h01_Photo
Onslow2016-05-28 1AdultHolly Ridge2020-08-11 14:23:29day04_iNaturalist
Onslow2019-06-04 Mark Shields1AdultMy front yard, just south of Holly Ridge2019-06-05 20:17:4010:20 pm. Attracted to LED light.01_Photo
Pender2018-07-08Amanda Auxier1maleLong Creek, Rocky Point2018-08-01 00:53:3714:07Phyllanthus01_Photo
Pender2020-04-27 Sara MeissnerAdultHampstead2020-04-28 10:05:03Afternoon01_Photo
Pender2020-05-22 1Adulthttps://www.inaturalist.org/observations/46872190Hampstead2020-05-22 15:15:52day04_iNaturalist
Pender2021-02-09 1AdultHampstead2021-02-09 18:20:46day04_iNaturalist