- This page contains pictures and information about Leafhoppers in subfamily Penthimiinae that we found in the Brisbane area,
- Leafhoppers in subfamily Penthimiinae are round squat insects. They are
small in size. Adults have front wings reaching just to the end of the abdomen and usually slightly
- Penthimiin Leafhopper
- Neovulturnus vanduzeei, body length 5mm,
- The small leafhopper has the filigree patterns on its body. Picture was taken on June 2006.
Check this page for more information.
- Flat Leafhopper
- Vulturnus sp., body length 5mm
- This little fellow looks like a Leafhopper nymph. It has a very flat
body. It mimics the brown marking of the Acacia leaf. We did not notice this
little fellow when we taking photos of a Acacia Leaf
Beetle. We saw it on the photos only when we processing the beetle images
on our computer. Please check this page for
- 1. Subfamily Penthimiinae
- Fletcher, M.J. (2009 and updates). Identification keys and checklists for the leafhoppers, planthoppers and their relatives occurring in Australia and neighbouring areas (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha).
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