Hoppers of North Carolina:
Spittlebugs, Leafhoppers, Treehoppers, and Planthoppers
    12 records for Scaphoideus ochraceus
countydateobservernumberlife_stagecommentscollectionlocationparkdate_ctime_of_dayplantobsTypenrid_id
Buncombe1919-08-08NCSU2Swannanoa2017-08-22 18:14:1611_Collection
Buncombe2014-07-30 1https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/810744Fairview2018-08-28 09:38:39night04_iNaturalist
Buncombe2014-07-30 1Fairview2018-08-31 15:57:4804_iNaturalist
Buncombe2017-07-16 1Fairview2018-08-30 13:51:0604_iNaturalist
Madison2019-09-09 Jim Petranka1Adult782 River Bend Drive, Mars Hill.2019-09-10 15:22:09Attracted to black light. 01_Photo
Orange2017-08-13Randy L Emmitt1tiny little leafhopper, hard to get good photos when so small.moth lights.2017-08-13 23:41:2010;30pm01_Photo
Out Of State0000-00-00Kyle Kittelberger1NCSU specimen; female?2017-08-18 12:38:0901_Photo
Rockingham2014-09-11Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn2grassy area near mixed hardwood forest and a pondMayo River SPMARI2015-05-26 14:49:45found at night, attracted with a light01_Photo
Transylvania0000-00-00NCSU4Lake Toxoway2017-08-22 18:14:3711_Collection
Wake0000-00-00NCSU1Raleigh2017-08-22 18:14:4711_Collection
Wake1911-07-01NCSU1Raleigh2017-08-22 18:13:4511_Collection
Warren2014-08-20Paul Scharf1Attracted to UV LightLake Gaston2015-05-27 07:09:042100 PM01_Photo