Speudotettix subfusculus (FallÚn 1806) (Family Cicadellidae)


On Betula pendula

Length: Male 5-5.7mm, Female 5.1-6mm
Egg Nymph Adult
? (Winter) April - September
(Earliest: 1.6)

Biotopes:
Spruce Forest Edge

Wet Forest

Hedge Rows
Food:
(Polyphagous)

Betula Sap

Sorbus aucuparia Sap

Quercus robur Sap

Populus tremula Sap

Vaccinium myrtillus Sap

Picea abies Sap

Juniperus communis Sap
Possible Food:
(Polyphagous)

Salix
Possible Parasites:
Several Dryinidae

British Bugs: Speudotettix subfusculus
Nature Spot: Speudotettix subfusculus


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