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green hopper - Idiocerus nervatus

green hopper - Idiocerus nervatus
Columbia, Howard County, Maryland, USA
August 21, 2015
Size: about 1 cm

Moved tentatively
The lighting made the wing veins blend in with the rest of the wings, but if you look closely you can tell they are dark

Moved from Idiocerus pallidus.

Moved from Idiocerus.

Moved from Leafhoppers.

maybe nervatus??

indicated size sounds unrealistic, don't you think?
i wonder how was it measured

thanks for all the IDs, Kyle

I just guessed based on memor
I just guessed based on memory, the size may well be inaccurate.

that would be long. I honestly hadn't looked at the size. Its an Idiocerus, and when one estimates size, especially something that small, it wouldn't surprise me to be off by a few mm.

No problem! Glad to help as much as possible with the IDs

Not an ID
Possibly something in Idiocerus. May not even be that subfamily, though.

Moved from ID Request.

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