Cochlorhinus pluto Uhler, 1876,

Dmitriev, Dmitry, 2009, Nymphs of some Nearctic leafhoppers (Homoptera, Cicadellidae) with description of a new tribe, ZooKeys 29 (29), pp. 13-33: 21

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.3897/zookeys.29.223

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3790319

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03E7DC3B-4305-8E0A-FF0E-DFF5FD64FA52

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scientific name

Cochlorhinus pluto Uhler, 1876
status

 

Cochlorhinus pluto Uhler, 1876  ( Fig. 2B, CView Figure 2)

Material. USA, 2 ♁, 3 ♀, California, Monterey Co., rt. 101 exit San Ardo , 5 V 1998 (Rakitov)  ; 1 ♁, California, Rt. 74, 4 mi. E of Hemet , 33.71111° N, 116.77822° W, 2169 ft., 25 V 2002 (Zahniser)GoogleMaps  .

Description. Coloration dirty yellow with brownish color pattern. Crown with pair of small oval spots at posterior margin. Notum and abdomen with two broad longitudinal stripes, which brighter on abdomen; pale median stripe about as wide as dark stripes; lateral margins of tergites pale. Venter pale, laterotergites slightly darkened. Face pale with dark brown color pattern; two stripes pass from top of face to antennal pits, stripes broken with pale epistomal suture; small spots above antennal pits. Antenna with dark ring on pedicel. Proepimeron with dark longitudinal stripe. Body length 4.1–4.9 mm; head width 1.3–1.4 mm.