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Stirellus bicolor


Stirellus bicolor (Van Duzee), up to 4.5 mm, body is mainly black, with greenish-yellow stripes between the front portion of the eyes, back of head (going completely around the head), back portion of the scutellum, and laterally on the wings. This leafhopper is found in grasses, and has never been captured on a sticky card.
Stirellus bicolor top Stirellus bicolor side

 

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Revised:

September 11, 2003
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