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Aetalionid Treehopper - Microcentrus perditus

Aetalionid Treehopper - Microcentrus perditus
University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire, USA
November 14, 2007
Size: 5-7mm?
Found on the sidewalk.


M. perditus
"caryae lacks the projections"- M. Wallace

Moved from Microcentrus.



Microcentrus caryae
The other species in this genus found in the USA (M. perditus) has earlike lobes on the thorax.

Short lobes...
It did have two short lobes. Unfortunately my computer is down at the moment so I can't add additional photos to better show this.

M. caryae
the lobes are no longer than those in Photo#358361

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