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White apple leafhopper overwintering egg bumps in apple (E. Beers) [WAHf2]

Normal (non-parasitized) white apple leafhopper eggs (E. Elsner) [WAHf6]


Embryo development of white apple leafhopper (E. Elsner) [WAHf9]

White apple leafhopper 1st instar nymph (E. Beers, June 1986) [WAHf13]



White apple leafhopper 2nd instar nymph (E. Beers, June 1986) [WAHf14]

White apple leafhopper 3rd instar nymph (E. Beers, June 1986) [WAHf15]



White apple leafhopper 4th instar nymph (E. Beers, June 1986) [WAHf16]

White apple leafhopper 5th instar nymph (E. Beers, June 1986) [WAHf17]


White apple leafhopper nymphs (Courtesy of TFREC) [WAHf3]

White apple leafhopper adult (Courtesy of TFREC) [WAHf4]



White apple leafhopper injury to apple foilage (E. Beers) [WAHf5]

Leafhopper feeding injury to apple leaf (E. Beers, 1986) [WAHf19]



Tarspotting on apple by white apple leafhopper (E. Elsner, 1986) [WAHf12]

Tarspotting on apple by white apple leafhopper (E. Beers, October 1993) [WAHf20]

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