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Issid nymph #1 - Danepteryx manca

Issid nymph #1 - Danepteryx manca
Lakeside Park, Oakland, Alameda County, California, USA
July 17, 2010
Size: ~4-5 mm bl
The largest of three similar-looking nymphs found in one area, maybe a square foot, on the trunk of a redwood.

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Issid nymph #1 - Danepteryx manca Issid nymph #1 - Danepteryx manca

I want to establish a link here with adults you found.
This was on the same tree two months later:

Very likely the same population.

Moved from Danepteryx.

Moved from nymphs.

Moved from Issid Planthoppers.

Issid nymph
Yes, this is the last instar before the adult - you can see the wings are almost fully developed.

It will be most important for you to watch for adults and contact me as soon as you find them, because there are no records of this family from redwoods.

hamiltona AT

It may not be possible. We don't visit that park often. If it happens that I find an adult there, should I have a little bottle with me and try to capture it?

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