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Is this a nymph of the adult bugs beneath it? - Acanalonia bivittata

Is this a nymph of the adult bugs beneath it? - Acanalonia bivittata
Toledo Botanic Gardens, lucas County, Ohio, USA
August 2, 2010

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The nymph is Acanalonia bivittata, which has an adult with brown stripes on the hemispherical wings.

The adults (you need to reduce the contrast to see this) have heads narrower than the thorax and a pale orange edge to the wings; they are Ormenoides venusta.

 
Thank you!
I'd have bet money on them being the same species given their proximity. Learned a lesson here :0)

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Moved from ID Request.

That would be my guess...
They both resemble Acanalonia.

Dr. Hamilton will be able to say for sure.

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