Cacopsylla mal (Schmidberger)
Hemiptera: Sternorrhyncha: Psyllidae
Distribution: Southeastern Canada and south into New England and NY.
Adult resembles a miniature cicada, greenish yellow to yellow in color but sometimes containing reds or browns, with eyes pale green to reddish brown, and long slender antennae; wings are transparent and iridescent (A). The nymph is pale yellowish green with green eyes, body short and broad with a flattened appearance, and rounded posteriorly, with prominent wing pads (B, arrow).