The leucaena psyllid, Heteropsylla cubana, was studied under constant temperatures ranging from 21.5 to 35.0°C. Total mean development time was 11.2, 9.6 and 8.1 days at 21.5, 25.0 and 30.0°C respectively. For these temperatures, the mean number of eggs laid was 532.3, 758.3 and 374.7 with hatch rates of over 90%. At 35.0°C, a mean of only 4.5 eggs/female were laid in 24 h, egg hatch (9.0%) was very low and nymphs did not complete their development. Nymphal survival was only 65% at 30.0°C, compared to 84.2 and 87.6% at 21.5 and 25.5°C, respectively. Adult longevity was highest at 25.0°C; females outlived males at all temperatures. Age-specific life table statistics are given for the three temperatures. The calculated intrinsic rates of natural increase (rm) at 21.5, 25.0 and 30.0°C were 0.226, 0.293 and 0.324 respectively. Relative humidities in the range of 25 to 84% did not affect egg hatching, nymphal survival, or adult emergence of H. cubana.