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some sort of mealy bug, or true bug nymph mabye? - Leptoypha mutica

some sort of mealy bug, or true bug nymph mabye? - Leptoypha mutica
Minot/Roosevelt park, Ward County, North Dakota, USA
July 4, 2010
Size: aprox 2mm
Leaves of the tree they were feeding on. Green Ash, Fraxinus pennsylvanicus as John Pearson pointed out.

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some sort of mealy bug, or true bug nymph mabye? - Leptoypha mutica some sort of mealy bug, or true bug nymph mabye? - Leptoypha mutica some sort of mealy bug, or true bug nymph mabye? - Leptoypha mutica

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Good to know that the rest of us were on the right track!

Genus Leptoypha
It is difficult to identify the species, but these would be nymphs of the genus Leptoypha.

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Us, too!
We keep thinking someone is going to ID this as some thick antennaed Tingidae.

Guess we'll all just keep waiting.

 
A lace bug nymph seems good to me.
Looks a lot more like one of them than a mealy bug or true bug. Thanks for the help.

 
That's as close as I got
before I gave up. :)

This is really an odd one.
I wonder how many other folks subscribed to the post (as I did) just to find out where it eventually ends up?

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