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aphrophora interrupta Explained

Aphrophora interrupta at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

Hop \Hop\, n. [OE. hoppe; akin to D. hop, hoppe, OHG. hopfo, G.
hopfen; cf. LL. hupa, W. hopez, Armor. houpez, and Icel.
humall, SW. & Dan. humle.]
1. (Bot.) A climbing plant ({Humulus Lupulus}), having a
long, twining, annual stalk. It is cultivated for its
fruit (hops).

2. The catkin or strobilaceous fruit of the hop, much used in
brewing to give a bitter taste.

3. The fruit of the dog-rose. See {Hip}.

{Hop back}. (Brewing) See under 1st {Back}.

{Hop clover} (Bot.), a species of yellow clover having heads
like hops in miniature ({Trifolium agrarium}, and {T.
procumbens}).

{Hop flea} (Zo["o]l.), a small flea beetle ({Haltica
concinna}), very injurious to hops.

{Hop fly} (Zo["o]l.), an aphid ({Phorodon humuli}), very
injurious to hop vines.

{Hop froth fly} (Zo["o]l.), an hemipterous insect
({Aphrophora interrupta}), allied to the cockoo spits. It
often does great damage to hop vines.

{Hop hornbeam} (Bot.), an American tree of the genus {Ostrya}
({O. Virginica}) the American ironwood; also, a European
species ({O. vulgaris}).

{Hop moth} (Zo["o]l.), a moth ({Hypena humuli}), which in the
larval state is very injurious to hop vines.

{Hop picker}, one who picks hops.

{Hop pole}, a pole used to support hop vines.

{Hop tree} (Bot.), a small American tree ({Ptelia
trifoliata}), having broad, flattened fruit in large
clusters, sometimes used as a substitute for hops.

{Hop vine} (Bot.), the climbing vine or stalk of the hop.