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Treehopper nymph??

Treehopper nymph??
Brushy Creek Recreation Area, Root Cellar Prairie, Webster County, Iowa, USA
July 30, 2011
Size: maybe 3-4mm
Nancy caught this nymph in her sweep net. It was found near the area where an adult two-horned treehopper was found. Could this be a two-horned treehopper nymph??

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Moved
Moved from Treehoppers.

young nymph
...but not Ceresa diceros ("two-horned treehopper" is a literal translation, not a common name) because that one has a row of jagged processes or "scoli" down the back of the abdomen.

 
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