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Unknown hopper - Great Smoky Mountains - Evacanthus bellaustralis

Unknown hopper - Great Smoky Mountains - Evacanthus bellaustralis
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina, USA
August 9, 2008
Size: Less than 5mm
Found on trail at Clingman's Dome.

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Unknown hopper - Gathering_2008 - Evacanthus bellaustralis Unknown hopper - Great Smoky Mountains - Evacanthus bellaustralis

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Evacanthus ustanucha
The wing pattern is distinctive. This species is found only in high elevations of the southern Appalachian Mountains.

 
Thanks for the ID, Andy
Your ID allows us to put this species on the list to be provided to the rangers at the park who are working in tandem with the Discover Life in America and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park's All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory.

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