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What kind of leafhopper? - Orientus ishidae

What kind of leafhopper? - Orientus ishidae
Thornhill, Ontario, Canada
July 11, 2007

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What kind of leafhopper? - Orientus ishidae What kind of leafhopper? - Orientus ishidae

Reminds me of...
Orientus ishidae, an introduced species from Japan. I was recently photographing these in my backyard too. Lovely insects. Too bad they're introduced, though.
What plant did you find it on?

 
not sure
Maybe some kind of dogwood (Cornus)?
I see the resemblance too.

 
I see.
They probably attack a variety of plants, anyway. I find mine on Wayfaring Trees {Viburnum lantana).

 
Orientus ishidae
Yes, lots of hosts.

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