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Erythroneura comes? - Erythroneura festiva

Erythroneura comes? - Erythroneura festiva
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
November 9, 2009
Size: 2.7mm to wingtip
Found in leaf litter, and a grape vine was near by.

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Erythroneura comes? - Erythroneura festiva Erythroneura comes? - Erythroneura festiva

Moved
Moved from Erythroneura.

In my opinion
this is what I'm calling E. rubra due to the lack of a midline

Moved
Moved from Leafhoppers.

Have You Considered
Tom,
Grape would likely be Erythroneura comes. If you have any dogwood, you might consider E. corni. The markings look very similar except the pronotum iffy?


 
Erythroneura
E. corni is a distinct possibility, but so too is E. ontari, with the same color pattern and host.

 
They all look the same to me:-)
I'll wait to see what Andy Hamilton has to say, if this can reliably be identified to species or not.

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