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Leafhopper - Rugosana querci

Leafhopper - Rugosana querci
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
June 24, 2009

Moved tentatively
Moved from Rugosana.

Moved
Moved from Subgenus Rugosana.

Moved
Moved from Gyponana querci.

Moved

Draeculacephala ?
I just looked through the sharpshooters. They sure look similar, but I didn't see anything with red eyes, though I did look through fairly quickly.

 
Try Genus Gyponana
Try Genus Gyponana. I can't go further than that.

 
Gyponana subgenus Rugosana
That's as far as I can get. Probably G. querci, but there are others in the southern states.

 
Gyponana subgenus Rugosana
That's as

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