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Nymphs comparison

Nymphs comparison
Repentigny, Lanaudière County, Quebec, Canada
These Erythroneurini fifth instar nymphs were all raised in captivity, on Vitis riparia, late in summer 2008. I thought it would be interesting to show them all on the same page, in order to see the differences between species. Each of them are also on their respective species page.

Moved
Moved from Erythroneura.

Very Nice!!
Very Nice!!

great job, thanks!
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Thanks!
I hope to add some more species next summer.

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