Hoppers of North Carolina:
Spittlebugs, Leafhoppers, Treehoppers, and Planthoppers
    7 records for Balclutha incisa
countydateobservernumberlife_stagecommentscollectionlocationparkdate_ctime_of_dayplantobsTypenrid_id
Ashe2019-07-27J. Bolling Sullivan1Adultelev.=3200 1004 Wagon Road, Warrensville2020-10-10 15:33:1511_Collection
Beaufort2014-09-26Kyle Kittelberger, Paul Scharf1open, grassy habitat surrounded by pine and mixed hardwood forest; female pregenital sternite matches diagram in Blocker for B. hebeGoose CreekGOCR2018-09-06 17:40:22found at night, attracted with a light01_Photo
Pender1934-10-07UCR3Willard2018-08-28 00:10:0011_Collection
Wake2017-10-09Kyle Kittelberger5collected 2 individuals: male, 3.6 mm; female, 3.1 mmnear Falls LakeFALA2018-06-03 19:34:38night, attracted with a light01_Photo
Wake2017-10-12Kyle Kittelberger1mixed hardwood forest; female, 3.2 mm; most likely this species, but a femalenear Falls LakeFALA2018-08-27 23:02:36attracted at night with a light01_Photo
Wake2017-10-15Kyle Kittelberger4small, greennear Falls LakeFALA2018-08-27 22:59:10night, attracted with a light02_Sight
Wake2017-10-17Kyle Kittelberger1female, 3.5 mm; most likely this species but can't say for certain since a femalenear Falls Lake2018-08-27 23:01:56night, attracted with a light01_Photo