Definition of Leafhoppers

1. Noun. (plural of leafhopper) ¹



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Definition of Leafhoppers

1. leafhopper [n] - See also: leafhopper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Leafhoppers

leafcutter
leafcutter ant
leafcutter ants
leafcutter bee
leafcutters
leafcutting
leafed
leafen
leaferies
leafery
leafet
leafets
leaffish
leaffishes
leafhopper
leafhoppers (current term)
leafier
leafiest
leafily
leafiness
leafinesses
leafing
leafless
leaflessness
leafleted
leafleteer
leafleteering
leafleteers
leafleter

Literary usage of Leafhoppers

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1. Bulletin by Maine Agricultural Experiment Station (1917)
"STUDIES OF LIFE HISTORIES OF leafhoppers OF MAINE* HERBERT OSBORN, ... The work dealing with leafhoppers is presented in this paper and that devoted to ..."

2. Bulletin by Maine Agricultural Experiment Station (1916)
"The insects known as leafhoppers are technically included in the group ... with the leafhoppers proper it has seemed worth while to ..."

3. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Plant Industry, Division of Plant Industry, Queensland (1910)
"The first unmistakable signs of curly-top were noted within thirteen days after the introduction of leafhoppers. In another frame beet seed had been sown on ..."

4. Annual Report by Ohio State Board of Agriculture (1906)
"Oats are attacked by grasshoppers, leafhoppers, army worms, plant lice, ... CLOVER—Grasshoppers, leafhoppers, cut-worms, root borers, stem borers, ..."

5. Applied Entomology; an Introductory Text-book of Insects in Their Relations by Henry Torsey Fernald (1921)
"The leafhoppers (Fig. 183) are extremely abundant insects and some of them must do ... Some leafhoppers have one generation a year, others more, and FIo. ..."

6. The Sugar-beet in America by Franklin Stewart Harris (1919)
""leafhoppers taken from wild plants do not transmit the disease until they feed ... It is probable that some wild plant carries the disease and leafhoppers ..."

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