treehopper


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small leaping insect that sucks juices of branches and twigs

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The researchers cautioned that the treehopper might not be the only vector.
For example, treehopper Enchenopa binotata (Say) who communicates in the similar manner as BPH was observed to communicate during the morning and evening when wind speed is lowest.
Classification of the higher categories of the New World treehoppers (Homoptera: Membracidae), North Carolina Agricultural Experimental Station Technical Bulletin, N" 225, February.
The New World treehopper tribe Microcentrini (Hemiptera: Membracidae: Stegaspidinae): Monographic Revision and Phylogenetic Position.
Correspondingly, the number of ants per treehopper was highest for small aggregations.
Field studies on the fauna associated with alfalfa in Argentina demonstrated that one of the most abundant and frequent Auchenorrhyncha is the treehopper Ceresa nigripectus Remes Lenicov 1973 (Meneguzzi 2009).
Revision of the Neotropical treehopper genus Metcalfiella (Homoptera: Membracidae).
Directionally in the mechanical response to substrate vibration in a treehopper (Hemiptera: Membracidae: Umbonia crassicornis).
When the prey was a treehopper, the approach was slow.
Treehopper, LLC Treehopper makes a safety belt that can be used while climbing trees, installing steps, and hanging stands.
Ant-Homoptera interactions in a Neotropical savanna: the honeydew-producing treehopper, Guayaquila xiphias (Membracidae), and its associated ant fauna on Dydimopanax vinosum (Araliaceae).