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Tiny White Moth  - Flatormenis proxima

Tiny White Moth - Flatormenis proxima
Greenville, Pitt County, North Carolina, USA
June 23, 2016
Size: Less than 1/2"
Late afternoon, day after heavy thunderstorms, resting on the underside of a Japanese Maple tree leaf. It was larger than 1/4", but less than 1/2".

Moved from Nephesini.

Northern Flatid Planthopper


Moved from ID Request.

Maybe Anormenis chloris. A b
Maybe Anormenis chloris. A bug, not a moth.

That Could Be It
The wings looked a bit like a moth's, that's why I described it as such. I can see now that it's probably a plant hopper, as per your suggestion. Thanks!

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