Empoasca fabae belongs to family Cicadellidae and genus Empoasca within order Hemiptera. Adults have pale to iridescent green bodies with 6 or 8 white spots on their pronotum. They are able to feed and reproduce on at least different plant species across twenty-six families. Empoasca fabae is a seasonal migration species.
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Pale green with a row of six white spots behind the head seen only with help of a lens. BC migrates north every year from TX 1. Pest of alfalfa, fruits, and vegetables; most damaging to alfalfa and clover 4 ; major pest of potato 5. Can't survive cold winter and migrates every spring from TX northward 4. Species page 1. Fact sheets: Cook et al.
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Empoasca fabae (soybean)
Tettigonia fabae Harris, a Erythroneura fabae Fitch, a Typhlocyba fabae Walker, F. Tettigonia mali Le Baron, a Chloroneura malefica Walsh, a