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Photo#1788551
Hordnia aurora? - Graphocephala aurora

Hordnia aurora? - Graphocephala aurora
Madera Canyon, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
February 28, 2020
Size: 7 mm
Coordinates: 31.739904, -110.885966
Elevation: 4,452 ft
Caught by sweeping vegetation

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Moved
Moved from "Group" Hordnia.

Moved
Moved from Hordnia.

aurora
I think you are right, but there is a very similarly marked species, dohrni, and I don't really know how to differentiate the two.

https://naturalhistory.museumwales.ac.uk/sharpshooters/browserecord.php?-recid=642

https://naturalhistory.museumwales.ac.uk/sharpshooters/browserecord.php?-recid=18

Also, this is in Graphocephala. I'm about to update the taxonomy here to match what is currently accepted.

 
My first thought was Graphocephala sp., but
went for Hordnia aurora after examining the BugGuide images for that species

Moved
Moved from Leafhoppers.

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