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Plant Hopper Nymph? - Thionia quinquata

Plant Hopper Nymph? - Thionia quinquata
Montrose, Laurens County, Georgia, USA
September 11, 2009
Size: approx. 3 mm
I couldn't find any adult images on this one, so I assume it is a nymph, probably wrongly. Any kind of ID on it would be greatly appreciated.

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Moved from Thionia.

T. quinquata
the head noticeably juts out

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Moved
Moved from ID Request. I'm betting Thionia simplex is right, but maybe there are other options in Georgia? Dr. Hamilton will see your image here, sooner or later.

Not an expert but...
...please look through Thionia while waiting on the experts :)

an example:

 
Plant Hopper Nymph?
Ron,
It certainly is the closest I can find. Hmmmm.....

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