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Tiny Zephyr - Bemisia argentifolii

Tiny Zephyr - Bemisia argentifolii
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
July 5, 2008
Size: ~1.5mm
The leaf in this image is around 7mm wide. Never seen one of these critters before. What is it? A tiny leafhopper or??

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Moved
Moved from Whiteflies.

i suspect Bemisia argentifolii
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I would agree. The fact that
I would agree. The fact that the wings are held in a rather vertical position clearly exposing the yellow back, and lack of heavy wax on the body all point to Bemisia, and B. argentifolii has colonized most of the temperate portion of the United States.

 
Thanks for the ID!
Looks like I'll have to request a guide page.

 
thanks!
means a lot to me

 
Your Identifications...
mean a lot ot me :^)

not an ID but
Looks like a whitefly. Nice mag. They're tiny & tough to get detailed shots of. Keep it up!!

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