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Photo#1338973
Cicadellidae - Neocoelidia

Cicadellidae - Neocoelidia
Nogales, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
February 11, 2017
Size: 5.8 mm
Sweeping vegetation at coordinates: 31.336755, -110.966595

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I wonder
if this is a female (it is) N. distincta. Knull says females are larger and more robust than males in this species, with the elytral veins less distinct. ON. obscura may be another possibility.

Moved
Moved from Leafhoppers.

Neocoelidia
Per the black-tipped "nose" and the long antennae, but I don't know any references for these beyond genus.

 
Thank you Chris!
for your valuable help and comments.

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