from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having feet that resemble leaves.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having leaflike expansions on the legs; -- said of certain insects.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having leafy or foliaceous feet; phyllopod: specifically applied to the Phyllopoda: as, a leaf-footed crustacean.
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~ There are a number of stinkbugs and leaf-footed bugs (Fig. 4), in addition to the species mentioned,   which are responsible for important injuries to pecans, filberts, and other nuts.
Brister plots out strategies to defeat pests - he plants sunflowers at the ends of rows because the yellow flowers attract leaf-footed bugs, sidetracking them from attacking vegetables.
Some insects go through the winter season as adults, such as leaf-footed bugs, a most dreaded insect pest on tomatoes, citrus and pecans.
We were doing a bit of yard work when we came across this leaf-footed bug.
Pomegranates are one of the leaf-footed bugs 'favorite foods.