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hopper - Megamelus davisi

hopper - Megamelus davisi
Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, USA
August 25, 2005

Moved from Megamelus.

M. davisi

One of the many "Delphacodes" species. It would help to know how big it is.

Thanks Andy. It was about 5 or 6 mm long.

Megamelus sp., male
Then it is probably a Megamelus male, but I don't know any that have a dark wing base. Presumably it is a southern species not represented in our collection.

Megamelus sp., male
Thanks a lot for the information.

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