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Photo#189390
2d Gyponana instar - Gyponana

2d Gyponana instar - Gyponana
Racine, Racine County, Wisconsin, USA
June 6, 2008
Size: 2-3-mm
I found this gyponana instar two days after finding the first. They are both from the eggs in the slits in the twig. This one has a rounder distal end, and is all green; while its sibling was red-tinged from the start with a pointed distal end. ? Male and female ?

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Oviposited eggs - Gyponana Oviposited eggs - Gyponana Obvious signs of hatching - note lowest slit  5-24-2008 - Gyponana Gyponana nymph - Gyponana Gyponana nymph, probably less than 2 days old - Gyponana Gyponana instar - Gyponana Gyponana instar - Gyponana 2d Gyponana instar - Gyponana Gyponana instar - age 21 - Gyponana Gyponana instar - age 31 - Gyponana Life Cycle of Gyponana - Day 34 - Gyponana Gyponana nymph and instar exoskeletons - Gyponana

Moved
Moved from Gyponana.

Moved
Moved from Gyponinae.

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