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Photo#462067
Planthopper - Stenocranus acutus

Planthopper - Stenocranus acutus
Covington, St. Tamanny Parish, Louisiana, USA
September 11, 2010
Size: 5-6mm
Its upturned wingtips made it look kind of like a nymph, until I zoomed in and saw that it wasn't projections from the abdomen.

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Planthopper - Stenocranus acutus Planthopper - Stenocranus acutus

Moved
Moved from Stenocranus.

S. acutus
head looks pointed

Moved

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

 
You might want to push this back to genus...
See Dr. Hamilton's comment on the image I linked.

 
Thanks for the tip.
Moving it now. Thanks for the prompt help!

Looks like
Stenocranus:


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