Origin: North America
First finding in Slovenia: 1975
Pathways: transported with saplings of the host plants, secondary spontanuous spreading
Possible to find: A
Flight time of adults: April – October
Habitat: On Plane (Sycamore) trees. Plane trees are non-native in Slovenia and are often planted along streets, in parks and gardens.
Status in Slovenia: Widespread.
Similar species: Oak lacebug (Corythucha arcuata) which has a different host plant.
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