Eupteryx melissae Curtis Chrysanthemum leafhopper

Infestations of this locally abundant leafhopper occur on various cultivated plants, including chrysanthemum, garden mint and sage, individuals often inhabiting the upper surface of the leaves. Infested plants frequently become contaminated by cast-off nymphal skins; leaves also become extensively speckled and such damage is often of considerable significance. Adults are c. 3 mm long and pale-coloured, with a black abdomen and the elytra extensively marked with greyish- or orange-brown (Fig. 184).

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