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An unmistakable leafhopper. The only closely related species in Britain is A. germari, which lacks the markings in the apical part of the forewings, and is olive-green in colour.
An occasional leafhopper found on a variety of trees, including lime, cherry and plum - often on garden cherry trees. It appears to be scattered across England, and in south Wales, but may not occur in Scotland.
Adult: June to October
Length ~4 mm
|Adult: Surrey (August 2009) ©Tristan Bantock
|Adult: Berks (July 2009) ©Jonathan Michaelson
||Adult: Berks (July 2009) ©Jonathan Michaelson