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Light-green Hexapod - Oecanthus niveus - female

Light-green Hexapod - Oecanthus niveus - Female
Fayetteville, Washington County, Arkansas, USA
September 18, 2017

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Light-green Hexapod - Oecanthus niveus - female Light-green Hexapod - Oecanthus niveus - female

Looks like O. niveus....
Pale green with orange/red on the head - with a dark strip extending from the head down into the pronotum.

If you zoom in on the base of the antennae that appears on the left of the photo, you will notice a bit of black surrounded by white - this is actually the tip of the ' J ' hook, which is only found on Oecanthus niveus.

 
That's cool that you are able
That's cool that you are able to use those details to determine the type of insect it is. Thank you!

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