Showing 6 types of LEAFHOPPERS
Native to the southeastern U.S., but introduced to California and other southwest states in the 1990’s where it potentially may be destructive to vineyards and other crops and ornamental plantings.
Apparently native to North America, and several species in the genus Erythroneura can be found throughout the U.S.
Native to North America, and occurring in the west from Texas to Oregon and south into Central America.
A number of native species occur in North America.
The leafhopper is native to the eastern half of North America.
Native to Europe but well established throughout North America.