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Photo#157289
Leafhopper - Fagocyba douglasi

Leafhopper - Fagocyba douglasi
Lacey (near Olympia), Thurston County, Washington, USA
October 27, 2007

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Fagocyba douglasi
The wing venation - apical cell triangular, inner anteapical cell small - is characteristic of Typhlocybini. The head is too narrow to be a Typhlocyba, and there are no unmarked Ossiannilssonola in the west, which leaves only the European introduced Fagocyba douglasi.

 
Thanks, Dr. Hamilton
My third new to BugGuide page! Woohoo! :) I've really got to learn more about leafhoppers. I almost didn't put this up here as I thought it was just another individual of one of my previous posts.

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