Grey Planthopper

Anzora unicolor (Walker, 1862)

Blue-grey wings that are normally folded to form a steep ‘roof’. The head and body are also grey. There are two pairs of wings, three pairs of legs and one pair of antennae. The compound eyes are on the side of the head. A rostrum that holds the feeding stylets projects from the lower side of the head.

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What habitats does Anzora unicolor live in?

Found along tree and shrub branches

What is the distribution of Anzora unicolor?

Most states of Australia and also found in New Zealand

How big does Anzora unicolor grow?

Can grow to around 8mm

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