In North Carolina eggs hatched in late March, and first generation adults were abundant by 1 May. Nymphal first-instars of the second generation were present by 1 June, and adults were common by 1 July. At least 2 more generations occurred before killing frosts. (Wheeler, 1976)
Type Locality: NM
Townsend, C.H.T. 1892. Biologic notes on New Mexico insects. Can. Ent. 24: 193-200.
Contributed by Eric R. Eaton on 22 November, 2005 - 3:18pm Additional contributions by Mike Quinn Last updated 11 November, 2020 - 9:08am
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