Erythroneura cf. delicata

Typhlocybine Leafhopper

Erythroneura cf. delicata, Leafhopper

Family: Cicadellidae

Subfamily: Typhlocybinae

Length: 2.9-3.2 mm


Wild and cultivated grapevines, buckeye trees, and deciduous holly, are the preferred feeding grounds for Erythroneura delicata.

The markings may be yellow (especially in recently molted adults), orange, or red.

The range of Erythroneura delicata is centered on the eastern and central United States. To the north, it has been collected well north of Lake Superior in Ontario (the lone Canadian record), and to the south it has been recorded from central Mississippi.

Erythroneura delicata, Leafhopper photo

American Insects site