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Photo#202248
Cicadellid of some kind? - Euscelidius variegatus

Cicadellid of some kind? - Euscelidius variegatus
Aromas, San Benito County, California, USA
July 15, 2008
Size: ~5mm
Saw this little guy in our garden, got only 2 photos before it disappeared in a single bound. (live oak/chaparral habitat).

Moved

Euscelis variegatus
The small dots on the wings and the female pregenital sternite are characteristic of this introduced species, common in the west.

 
Thank you Dr. Hamilton
for the ID, I'll move it to the proper page.

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