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Which hopper, please? - Evacanthus nigramericanus - female

Which hopper, please? - Evacanthus nigramericanus - Female
Herring Run Park, Baltimore City County, Maryland, USA
June 6, 2007

Moved from Evacanthus.

Evacanthus nigramericanus
The genus is recognized by an arrow-shaped set of ridges on the top of the head (hard to see in this photo). This is our darkest species. The wings being slightly shorter than the body show that this is a female.

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