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DELPHACIDAE Members: NC Records

Nothodelphax lineatipes - No Common Name


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Taxonomy
Family: DELPHACIDAESubfamily: Delphacinae
Taxonomic Author: (Van Duzee, 1897)
Identification
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Description: Species in this genus are often sexually dimorphic with females paler than males. Species can also be macropterous or brachypterous (long or short-winged). Males in this species are typically much darker, almost black, compared to the females: see here and here for dark males. However, some males are pale: see here and here. Females can also be either semi-dark or pale. See here and here for darker females, and here and here for paler individuals (also note the macopterous and brachypterous individuals). For more images of pinned specimens, see: UDEL.
Distribution in North Carolina
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Distribution: North America
Abundance: Recorded from the Coastal Plain and mountains.
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Behavior: Can be attracted at night with a light.
Comment: A record for N. consimilis, a western species, from the early 20th century is likely this species.
Status: Native
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