4.5 - 6.2 mm. This brownish-yellow leafhopper has very long antennae, with dark patches at their base. There are either no spots on the vertex, or very small ones at the front edge. The wings are fairly clear with pale venation.
Marshy areas with larger sedges, particularly Carex acutiformis and C. riparia; often coastal.
July to October.
Widespread in England.
The record of 25.x.2018 is the first for Leicestershire and Rutland.
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