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Photo#161233
leafhopper - Empoasca fabae

leafhopper - Empoasca fabae
Ithaca, Tompkins County, New York, USA
July 15, 2007
This leafhopper is in a small bowl of water -- it flew into the house and landed in the bowl. I don't seem to have recorded the size but it was very small, maybe 3-4mm?

Moved
Moved from Empoasca.

Moved
Moved from Leafhoppers.

Empoasca
There are many species that look like this - slender, green, with pale spots on the head, and without obvious wing veins.

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