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Photo#132500
Speckled Sharpshooter Nymph - Paraulacizes irrorata

Speckled Sharpshooter Nymph - Paraulacizes irrorata
Bear, New Castle County, Delaware, USA
July 29, 2007
Size: 6mm
Found several of these nymphs on small Crape Myrtle which is surrounded by Hostas. Rhododendron grows about 15 feet away.

Moved
Moved from Leafhoppers.

Paraulacizes irrorata?
Have a look at Paraulacizes irrorata nymphs here in the guide, but wait for a solid ID from an expert.


 
Paraulacizes irrorata
Yes. The "fuzzy nose" is distinctive.

 
fuzzy nose
Andy, thank you, Ted

 
Paraulacizes irrorata
Looks good but I will leave it to the experts. Thanks!

I wish I knew
Let us move it to family level and hope that a specialist sees it.

 
Thanks
I appreciate the move.

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