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Fall Fund Drive


Pilot Mountain State Park, Yadkin County, North Carolina, USA
August 27, 2013

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Delphacid Delphacid

Moved from Planthoppers.

Possibly Delphacodes sagae
According to Charles Bartlett: "This one is unusual. Dark tegmina on a dark body. Delphacodes sagae is a possibility, but it has more uniform coloration. Paraliburnia kilmani is similar, but females are much paler. Delphacodes livida is another possibility - but the tegmina are longer in the specimen I photographed (possibly an artifact of it being a dry specimens). For the moment, at a loss beyond that."

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