Red-and-black Froghopper (Cercopis vulnerate)

These froghoppers inhabit sunny southern slopes of the mountains, grasslands, meadows, spruce forest edges, moors, verges, clearings, city parks and of course Wilden Marsh. They can be found on woody or herbaceous plants, mainly in wooded areas.

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