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This research is first record of Cacopsylla pulchella in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The insect was determined on a Judas tree Cercis siliquastrum at four localities in the june 2020 year.
The examined material is kept in the laboratory, Department of Forest Protection, faculty of Forestry, University of Sarajevo, Bosni and Herzegovina.
We have determined adults of C. pulchella an olive-drab or brownish green colour and nymphs green colour.
Since this is a foreign and potentially invasive species, its spread throughout the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina can be expected, Herzegovina especially.
Key words: Cacopsylla pulchella, alien pest, Judas tree, Cercis siliquastrum, chlorotic spots, Bosnia and Herzegovina