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Hadoa bifida (formerly Tibicen bifidus; see Hill et al. 2015) is known from Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah (U.S.A.) (Sanborn & Phillips 2013). This species is found in desert grasslands and uses Yucca and Artemisia as host plants. It resembles H. simplex, but has a bifurcate uncus rather than a simple one. Its song is a brassy buzz. (Hill et al. 2015).

Hadoa bifida is found in desert grasslands and intermountain deserts. It has been associated with yucca, sage (Artemisia L.) [66,98], fineleaf hymenopappus (Hymenopappus filifolius Hooker) [121], Atriplex L., willows (Salicaceae), Acacia Miller, and Juniperus L. Sanborn & Phillips report also finding this species associated with Mexican Mormon tea (Ephedra trifurcata Torrey ex S. Watson). (Sanborn & Phillips 2013)


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