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A very attractively marked leafhopper which should be unmistakable, O. ishidae has a distinctive mosaic-like pattern across the forewings.
A recent arrival in Britain, first recorded during 2011 in the London area. On the continent this species is associated with a range of woody plants and deciduous trees, including Salix and hornbeam Carpinus betulus.
Adult: June to October
Length: 4.5-6.5 mm
|Adult: south London (August 2011) ©Penny Frith
|Adult female: south London (September 2011) ©Tristan Bantock
||Adult female: south London (September 2011) ©Tristan Bantock|