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The dark markings on the vertex of this uncommon leafhopper are variable and much more extensive in males, which also have a largely dark pronotum and scutellum. The face has black marks in the upper part, and is largely black below. The forewings are a dull whitish with a yellowish leading edge (costa).
A local species which is found mainly in woodlands in the
south-central part of England, although it can be common where it occurs. Perhaps associated with Rosebay Willowherb or Raspberry.
Adult: June to September
Length 4.5-5.5 mm
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