Hoppers of North Carolina:
Spittlebugs, Leafhoppers, Treehoppers, and Planthoppers
    13 records for Stobaera pallida
countydateobservernumberlife_stagecommentscollectionlocationparkdate_ctime_of_dayplantobsTypenrid_id
Anson1975-08-08University of Delaware1Rt 74, 6 mi W of Wadesboro2017-04-19 18:27:0211_Collection
Duplin1958-07-11North Carolina State University Insect Collection1Faison2017-04-19 18:25:3311_Collection
Halifax2013-07-10Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharf, Patrick Coin1grassy area and mixed hardwood forest edge near pine forestMedoc Mountain State ParkMEMO2017-04-20 17:05:48seen at night, attracted with a black light01_Photo
Hyde1959-06-05North Carolina State University Insect Collection16?2017-04-19 18:25:1511_Collection
Hyde1959-08-27North Carolina State University Insect Collection9?2017-04-19 18:26:1211_Collection
Mecklenburg1983-09-04University of Delaware1Charlotte2017-04-19 18:27:2011_Collection
Mecklenburg2012-06-04University of Delaware3Newell2017-04-19 18:27:4411_Collection
Mecklenburg2012-09-04University of Delaware1Newell2017-04-19 18:28:0311_Collection
Mecklenburg2012-10-11University of Delaware1Newell2017-04-19 18:28:1611_Collection
Mecklenburg2017-08-20Rob Van EppsWeedy/grassy open area. Caught sweeping. Wallace Farm2017-08-20 21:50:5301_Photo
Mecklenburg2019-06-16Ken Kneidel1Adult4.4 mm424 Bertonley Ave, CharlotteNCMA2019-06-21 14:31:1401_Photo
Onslow1975-06-04North Carolina State University Insect Collection1Ashe Island2017-04-19 18:26:3311_Collection
Warren2014-09-02Paul Scharf 1Attracted To LightLake Gaston2017-04-20 17:05:310700 AM01_Photo