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White Cicada

Lycorma delictula

Habitat:

Found in a bush in a city park.

1 Species ID Suggestions

bayucca
bayucca 7 years ago
White Cicada
Lycorma delictula White Cicada from South Korea - What's That Bug?


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5 Comments

augustgray
augustgray 5 years ago

Thanks, YS. Next summer, look out for these little guys. They are everywhere.

yunseong1
yunseong1 5 years ago

That looks really interesting!!!

charlotte1
charlotte1 5 years ago

ooo

jessica10
jessica10 6 years ago

I heard from others and the internet that it's from China and it sips nutrients from trees or plants.That is why the trees are dead near them.( the insect )

bayucca
bayucca 7 years ago

Fulgoridae, Aphaeninae, Lycorma delictula. Actually NOT a cicada, despite the common name!! And it is not a fulgorid leafhopper as indicated in the link, but a Fulgorid Planthopper.

augustgray
Spotted by
augustgray

서울, Republic of Korea

Spotted on Jul 16, 2013
Submitted on Jul 16, 2013

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