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Photo#152891
Psyllid - Phylloplecta tripunctata - female

Psyllid - Phylloplecta tripunctata - Female
Topsham, Orange County, Vermont, USA
October 16, 2007

Moved
Moved from Blackberry Psyllid.

Looks like a match!
The body color, wing markings, and wing veins look the same. There's a few others that might be the same, but this one is nearly an exact match.

 
Yes, erichedwards
posted the ID for his image, but we thought the wing venation was all wrong for his, but seemed to match yours very well. We looked at a couple more images, but each one seemed to have different venation and we quickly realized we were in way over our heads!!

 
Here's our best new thoughts -
Eric's 168199 is the same, but we're looking at the wings from the underside so the venation is reversed. Guessing it is male. Your 152006 is also this species and we're guessing female - same as this image. Then you have three more images which seem to be males of this species: 152890, 152889, and 152005. (But 152004 is clearly something different with very different venation). See what you think. We would add all 5 to this page and mark 2 female and four male. (But we honestly don't know anything about Psyllids!)

 
Moved my other 4 images
From the looks of things, you're as knowledgeable about Psyllids as anyone else yet to identify these tiny beasts:-)

What do you think about
this image from Cedarcreek?

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