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The only member of its genus, but nonetheless requiring careful separation from the two Mocydiopsis species. A diagnostic feature of M. crocea is the lack of a common boundary between cells i and ii (below right). The wing tip is also distinctly pointed.
A very widespread leafhopper species, found amongst grass in many habitats, from woodlands to hay meadows. The host plants are various tall grasses.
Adult: All year
Length 3-4 mm
|Adult: south London (October 2007) ©Joe
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