The European lace bug Dictyonota fuliginosa Costa, a specialist on broom (Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link; Fabaceae), was first reported in North America from British Columbia in 1960, but subsequent Nearctic records have been limited to “Oregon” and that state's Willamette Valley. We provide the first specific U.S. records, including the first for Washington State; summarize information on its biology and distribution in Europe; and give notes on its seasonality in Oregon.
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