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Photo#1163393
Gyponinae nymph? - Xerophloea viridis

Gyponinae nymph? - Xerophloea viridis
Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
November 5, 2015
Size: ~3.5 mm
I think Dr. Hamilton has remarked on other images about black spots being unusual on Gyponinae nymphs.

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Gyponinae nymph? - Xerophloea viridis lateral - Xerophloea viridis

Moved
Moved from Xerophloea to species level based on similarity to found in the same street block.

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Moved from Leafhoppers.

Xerophloea?

 
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Just found this image of a nymph w/ similar spots

 
Thanks, John
That looks very likely. Not sure why I thought this one was Gyponinae.

 
Similar shape
I found my first Xerophloea recently and assumed it was Gyponinae when I saw it in my net but on closer observation the heavily punctate dorsum stood out.

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