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A very common species that is usually found on deciduous trees in summer, and evergreens in winter, on which it hibernates.
The green colouring with white markings on the head, pronotum and scutellum distinguish the genus from other leafhoppers in the UK.
E. vitis is separated from E. decipens by the clear (often blueish-looking) cell that runs obliquely up the forewings (especially clear below).
Found throughout the UK, and often abundant.
Adult: All year
Length 3-4 mm
|Adult: Leics (October 2009) ©David Gould
north London (March 2008) ©Laurence Counter
||Adult: north London (February 2008) ©Tristan Bantock
south London (August 2007) ©Joe
||Adult: (November 2005) ©Brian Valentine|