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Graphocephala fennahi - nymph Note to self: Get better images of the nymphs next year *rolleyes* Auchenorrhyncha,Cicadellidae,Cicadellinae,Graphocephala,Graphocephala fennahi,Nymph,Rhododendron Leafhopper Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Graphocephala fennahi - nymph

Note to self: Get better images of the nymphs next year *rolleyes*

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  1. I had never seen a nymph, it's really cool! Posted 11 months ago
    1. Well yes, I figured it' be good to document that even if it's a very mediocre image of it. They're just about on any Rhododendron so it shouldn't be too hard to get better images next season :o) Posted 11 months ago

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The Rhododendron leafhopper , so named as it feeds on the sap of rhododendrons, is native to the USA. The species was introduced to Great Britain in the 1930s and continental Europe in the 1970s. There has been suggestion that the rhododendron leafhopper contributes to the spread of a Rhododendron fungus through Europe.

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Uploaded Dec 19, 2018.