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Aphid? - Evacanthus interruptus

Aphid? - Evacanthus interruptus
Shoal Harbour, 48.173760N 54.008915W (WGS84), Randon Sound, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland/Labrador, Canada
May 23, 2007
Size: < 1mm

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Evacanthus interruptus
This is a very young leafhopper nymph. It looks like a sharpshooter because of its large, bulbous head; but the only sharpshooters in Newfoundland belong to the genus Draeculacephala which have a pointed head. By elimination, this must be the introduced European Evacanthus interruptus that has been reported from the St. John's area. Please watch for late-instar nymphs (with wing pads) and adults!

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