Aphrodes bicinctus [diminuta] (Schrank 1776) (Family Cicadellidae)

Length: Male 4.6-5.8mm, Female 6.3-7mm
Egg Nymph Adult
(Winter) ? June - October
(Earliest: 28.8)

Biotopes:
Hedge Rows
Food:
Several Fabaceae Sap

Taraxacum campylodes Sap

Capsella bursa-pastoris Sap

Plantago major Sap

Fragaria vesca Sap
Possible Parasites:
Several Dryinidae

Nature Spot: Aphrodes bicinctus


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