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Photo#23335
Treehopper - Enchenopa binotata

Treehopper - Enchenopa binotata
Norwottuck Rail Trail, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
July 4, 2004
Size: ~6 mm

Moved
Moved from Enchenopa porrecta.

Enchenopa binotata
This species feeds on bittersweet (Celastrus spp.); its horn is longer than that of E. brevis and more erect than that of E. porrecta, which feeds on redbud (Cercis canadensis).

 
Presumed E. porrecta
This was found on redbud in TN--based on your statement above, I am presuming it is E. porrecta:

I guess the crest is more porrect than in the photo above.

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