Appearance''G. coccinea'' adults measure 6.7–8.4 mm in length and have vivid blue and red stripes on their wings and the top of their thorax combined with bright yellow coloration on their head, legs, abdomen, and elsewhere.
NamingAt least three subspecies of ''G. coccinea'' have been named: ''G. coccinea confluenta'', ''G. coccinea punctata'', and ''G. coccinea sambuci'' .
FoodLeafhoppers feed on plant sap with the aid of specialized mouthparts.
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