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One of the most common cicadellids on brambles and a variety of other plants; abundant throughout the UK, with the exception of northern Scotland.
It can be separated from other Ribautiana species by the oblique white lines along the corial-claval suture, although these may not be well-defined. The vertex is clearly narrower than the pronotum. The darkening at the end of the forewings is typically quite distinct, with three clear dark dots on the wing margin.
Adult: June to December
Length 3-3.5 mm
Yorkshire (December 2007) ©Joe
|Adult: Berks (September 2007) ©Jonathan Michaelson||Adult: mid Wales (July 2007) ©Joe
|Adult: Hants (September 2008) ©Alby Oakshott
||Adult: north London (August 2008) ©Laurence Counter|