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Loving Barklouse - Aaroniella badonneli

Loving Barklouse - Aaroniella badonneli
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
June 7, 2009

Aaroniella badonneli Danks
Ed Mockford det.
=v='s note: Danks was a Latvian entomologist, and described the species in 1950 from [then 'Soviet'] Latvia. I may have seen her once during my college years in Moscow. I'll ask Dr Mockford how did this species make it into the New World.

Thanks for all your help. This Loving Barklouse has been published on the cover of Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre's 2010 annual review, Adastra 2010

BTW maybe this "belov" barklouse came here with you :)

i'll show it to Dr.Mockford

Is there a name for those "dotted-line" veins? This planthopper has similar veins.

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