Length 3 mm. A small but quite distinctive psyllid, although care must be taken to rule out the similar Cacopsylla species. The body and wings are a dull yellow-orange although the pronotum and genal cones are often pale and the abdomen may occasionally be green. The long female terminalia are also distinctive.
May to August
Common and widespread in Britain.
Believed to be common in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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