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Telamona reclivata - No Common Name



© Ken Childs- female

© Kyle Kittelberger- female

© Ken Childs- probable male

© Ken Childs
Taxonomy
Family: MEMBRACIDAESubfamily: Smiliinae
Identification
Online Photographs: BugGuide                                                                                  
Description: Females are reddish-brown, with a dark brown posterior tip to the pronotum and a dark brown pronotal band that continues onto the crest. The crest itself is sort of broad and tall in the female. Males are smaller than the female, with a noticeably less pronounced pronotum. Males have a greenish-brown pronotum. Both sexes have a smoky dark tip to the wings.
Distribution in North Carolina
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Out of State Record(s)
Distribution: Eastern North America
Abundance: Uncommon, scattered records across the state. Seasonal distribution: 2 June-31 August (CTNC)
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Habitats and Life History
Habitats: Has been found near mixed hardwood forest; where White Oak is present.
Plant Associates: Quercus alba (CTNC); Q. rubra (CTGSMNP)
Behavior: Can be attracted at night with a light.
Comment:
Status: Native
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Species Photo Gallery for Telamona reclivata No Common Name

Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharf, Patrick Coin
Halifax Co.
Comment: grassy area and mixed hardwood forest edge near pine forest
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharf, Patrick Coin
Halifax Co.
Comment: grassy area and mixed hardwood forest edge near pine forest
Photo by: B. Bockhahn, P. Scharf
Surry Co.
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Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Paul Scharf
Wake Co.
Comment: mixed hardwood forest; found dead, being dragged by ants
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Paul Scharf
Wake Co.
Comment: mixed hardwood forest; found dead, being dragged by ants
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Paul Scharf
Wake Co.
Comment: mixed hardwood forest; found dead, being dragged by ants
Photo by: Ken Childs
Out Of State Co.
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Photo by: Ken Childs
Out Of State Co.
Comment: probable male
Photo by: Randy L Emmitt
Orange Co.
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Photo by: Randy L Emmitt
Orange Co.
Comment: backyard lights, just before a storm
Photo by: R Emmitt
Orange Co.
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Photo by: B. Bockhahn
Stokes Co.
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Photo by: Ken Childs
Out Of State Co.
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Photo by: Tracy S. Feldman
Wake Co.
Comment: unid_treehopper