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Hopper nymph - Stictocephala albescens

Hopper nymph - Stictocephala albescens
Deep Fork Wildlife Refuge, Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, USA
May 13, 2007
Size: aprox.9mm

One of the few brown species in this genus. It doesn't look like C. diceros nymphs, which have longer processes on the body that recurve at the tips, so I am guessing it might be C. albescens. Please watch for adults!

Thanks Andy, I will keep my eye out for them.

What a strange one! -- and large too!
Great image! Can't wait to hear what Dr Hamilton says.

Size is aprox. but should be close.

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