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Photo#441977
Not even sure what group it belongs to - Draeculacephala

Not even sure what group it belongs to - Draeculacephala
Crystal Lake, McHenry County, Illinois, USA
August 7, 2010
Size: 1 cm
On a dewy leaf in the very early morning, beside a pond. Looks like it has spread its wings to dry out as the sun comes up.

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This is BugGuide's first example of a leafhopper killed by fungus (see other fungus victims here).

Leafhopper
Cicadellidae

 
The answer was not even on my radar
Thanks for your help.

fungus infection?
No expert but it looks like it is dead due to a fungus infection.

 
Draeculacephala
for frassing

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