Length: typically 3.5-3.7 mm
Ossiannilssonola tunicarubra is most often encountered in West Virginia in June and July.
The genus is named for Professor Frej Ossiannilsson of Sweden, for many years a leading expert on Leafhoppers. The species name means "red coat."
Dr. K.G.A. Hamilton comments, "A surprisingly rare, but widespread, insect on White Oak."
Insects of West Virginia