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Aurora, Illinois, USA

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The other ones like this
see thumbnail
are in Deltocephalinae

moved them all to Cicadellinae now

thanks! I'll consult with Kyle about this. we've been thinking they're likely an early instar of Graphocephala (we thought of Sibovia once, but they shouldn't occur as far north as some of these do). to me they definitely look like sharpshooter nymphs though. they should all be in one place (why I moved these), so I'll try to sort this out.

edit: for the record, still thinking Sibovia actually, early-instar Graphocephala don't look like this


Moved from ID Request.

Leafhopper nymph
such as

Can you tell us when you photographed this and under what ecological circumstance it was found?

specimen from preserved catch basin sample
This was found in a preserved sample collected from a catch basin in Aurora, IL, on July 20th, 2015

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