Length: 2.9-3.3 mm
Erythroneura tricincta is widespread in southern Canada and the eastern United States, with a few additional records from west of the Mississippi.
Adults are active in Spring, Summer, and Fall.
Most records of this species are from Grape.
Left: The reason for the species name, both English and Latin (translated Three-girdled), is apparent.
Right: The pale face of Erythroneura tricincta.
American Insects site