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Idiocerus nervatus Van Duzee - Idiocerus nervatus

Idiocerus nervatus Van Duzee - Idiocerus nervatus
Village of San Leanna (south Austin), Travis County, Texas, USA
October 12, 2008
Size: ~4mm
Det. M. A. Quinn, 2011

For my thesis surveying on tree spp. in CenTex, over 180 Idiocerus nervatus spmns coll'ed on Juniperus (1)

at UV lights in a small mesic patch under an oak-willow canopy...

Moved from Idiocerus.

Moved from Leafhoppers.

The members of this genus from Texas are poorly known. You would have to collect specimens for scientific examination to identify them.

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