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Photo#209015
Mystery leafhopper  - Hemipsocus chloroticus

Mystery leafhopper - Hemipsocus chloroticus
Durham, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
August 1, 2008
Size: about 3 mm long
It showed up on my front door at night. Maybe Eurymelinae?

Moved

Hemipsocus chloroticus (Hagen) (Hemipsocidae)
Ed Mockford det.
[new family fot BG! -v]

 
Thank you
Amazingly specific ID!

How about...
a bark louse instead?

Maybe one of the
Barklice

 
Thank you
That seems reasonable. I hope to find out the genus. Valenzuela looks close, but no cigar!

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