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Nymph - Siphanta acuta

Nymph - Siphanta acuta
Alameda County, California, USA
September 28, 2009
Size: ~0.2 in. (5 mm)

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Moved

Siphanta acuta
a Faltid nymph (note that the wax filaments are bushy, not straight and forming bundles like watercolor paintbrushes, as they do in Issidae)

 
Oh.
Green adult hoppers that look like those on the guide page are around, too. I wouldn't have guessed that their offspring look like this.

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