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???! - Dictyssa

???! - Dictyssa
Alameda County, California, USA
July 7, 2009
Size: 1/8 inch w/o the brush
Found on arm after pruning lavender starflower, afternoon; bougainvillea, blackberries, and ivy are nearby. The creature can jump many body lengths.

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???! - Dictyssa ???! - Dictyssa

Moved from Planthoppers.

Related to this Planthopper?

Yes, but not the same genus. This appears to be related to Dictyssa obliqua (see

Looks like it
It must be. Is it a nymph, then? Do they get any better-looking when they grow up?

Yes, Nymph...
You might move it to Planthoppers and someone MIGHT id it. And while you are there, look at the adult images :)

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