treehopper

NOUN
  1. small leaping insect that sucks juices of branches and twigs
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How To Use treehopper In A Sentence

  • This indicated that treehoppers benefit from ants in ways other than receiving protection from predators.
  • Female egg guarding occurs in a wide variety of insects, including lace bugs, stink bugs, cockroaches, and treehoppers.
  • In the thornbug treehopper (Hemiptera: Membracidae: Umbonia crassicornis), females defend their aggregated offspring from predators.
  • The buffalo treehopper (Stictocephala bubalus) may destroy seed crops. Chapter 15
  • Many species of membracid treehoppers, especially in the tropics, have mutualistic relationships with honeydew-harvesting ants.
  • This indicated that treehoppers benefit from ants in ways other than receiving protection from predators.
  • ¬†Helonica treehopper This sap-eating insect was collected from the branches of a white oak tree. The Search For Hidden Life
  • -- Twig scarred as a result of egg laying by the buffalo treehopper.] Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the 41st Annual Meeting Pleasant Valley, New York, August 28, 29 and 30, 1950
  • Additionally, results suggested that treehoppers benefit from ant attendance in ways other than protection from predators; tended treehoppers outperform untended treehoppers even with predators excluded.
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