Hoppers of North Carolina:
Spittlebugs, Leafhoppers, Treehoppers, and Planthoppers
    6 records for Evacanthus chlamidatus
Mitchell1957-08-13 L.A. Kelton2AdultThis is the holotyperncoll. L.A. Kelton on August 13, 1957rnphoto from the Canadian National CollectionRoan Mountain, Mitchell County, North Carolina, USA2022-05-11 11:30:2501_Photo
Mitchell2020-07-31 Cade Campbell4AdultEach individual found was poised on the leaves of A. altissima var. roanensis, either fleeing slowly to the underside of the leaf or leaping into the surrounding plants when disturbed or photographed.Roan High Bluff - bus parking lot2020-08-07 19:19:55Diurnal activity (12:32 PM) on surface of snakeroot foliage.Roan Mountain White Snakeroot (Ageratina altissima var. roanensis)01_Photo
Mitchell2021-07-20 Tom FeildxAdultRoan Moutain, Carver's Gap. About 1 km east of where road crosses the AT.2021-10-04 16:53:5601_Photo
Mitchell2021-07-23Solomon Hendrix hundredsAdultmale courtship observed—males would audibly click their wings and dance from side to side. clicking created a cacophony in areas where many males were present.Rhododendron Gardens nr. Roan High Knob, Roan Mountain, North Carolina2022-05-13 19:58:42Ageratina altissima var. roanensis01_Photo
Mitchell2022-07-02 2AdultPisgah NF2022-07-06 12:54:02day04_iNaturalist
Mitchell2022-07-02 1AdultPisgah National Forest, Bakersville2022-07-07 09:41:32day04_iNaturalist