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Genus Glossonotus

Treehopper  - Glossonotus acuminatus Treehopper Glossonotus? - Glossonotus acuminatus Pennsylvania Treehopper - Glossonotus univittatus Glossonotus - Glossonotus turriculatus - female Large dotted aqua blue treehopper - Glossonotus acuminatus Glossonotus acuminatus - female treehopper - Glossonotus univittatus holotype - Glossonotus nimbatulus
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Hemiptera (True Bugs, Cicadas, Hoppers, Aphids and Allies)
Suborder Auchenorrhyncha (True Hoppers)
Infraorder Cicadomorpha (Cicadas, Spittlebugs, Leafhoppers, and Treehoppers)
Superfamily Membracoidea (Leafhoppers and Treehoppers)
Family Membracidae (Typical Treehoppers)
Subfamily Smiliinae
Tribe Telamonini
Genus Glossonotus
Explanation of Names
Glossonotus (Butler, 1877)
5 spp., all in our area(1)(2)
Glossonotus acuminatus (Fabricius 1775): eastern U.S. and Canada
Glossonotus crataegi (Fitch 1851): eastern U.S. and Canada
Glossonotus nimbatulus (Ball 1925): eastern and central U.S. and Canada
Glossonotus turriculatus (Emmons 1854): eastern U.S. and Canada
Glossonotus univittatus (Harris 1841): transcontinental U.S. and Canada
US and Canada, widespread in the e. half of the continent, G. univittatus reaches BC-NM(1)
Host plants: Betula, Corylus, Robinia, Castanea, Quercus, Carya, Chaenomeles, Crataegus, Malus, Pyrus, Rosa, Vitis(2)