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Photo#2027627
Spissistilus festinus

Spissistilus festinus
Winter Park, Seminole County, Florida, USA
August 21, 2021
Size: 6mm

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Moved

not really a planthopper... diff. superfamily
Moved from ID Request.

 
Thank you
There are so many different hoppers haha, and they are so diverse in appearance, one of my favorite groups of insects.

From browsing those subpages I put my best guess as the title.

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