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Some kind of hopper, Bay Area, CA - Fieberiella florii - female

Some kind of hopper, Bay Area, CA - Fieberiella florii - Female
Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County, California, USA
June 21, 2007
Very well camouflaged, it is only about the size of a grain of rice, and sat motionless.

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Some kind of hopper, Bay Area, CA - Fieberiella florii - female Some kind of hopper, Bay Area, CA - Fieberiella florii - female Some kind of hopper, Bay Area, CA - Fieberiella florii - female

Fieberiella florii
This is a female; they have the prominent white band around the middle of the abdomen. The fine black dots all over the wings are characteristic of the privet leafhopper, and introduced European species reported from California first in 1944.

 
Yes, very distinctive.
Thanks, Andy. Those are excellent points to remember!

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