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Photo#195398
Oecanthinae nymph emerging from egg - Oecanthus forbesi

Oecanthinae nymph emerging from egg - Oecanthus forbesi
Pleasant Prairie, Kenosha County, Wisconsin, USA
June 29, 2008
Size: 3mm
Hatching sequence of Oecanthinae nymph from Dogwood twig. This view shows the fluid filled caput on the head and the antennae stretched along the underside.

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