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Thirsty insect - Trioza obtusa

Thirsty insect - Trioza obtusa
Franconia Notch, Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA
October 5, 2010
Size: 2.5 mm
On my water bottle at 4200 feet. Trees were mostly short conifers. It might have hitched a ride from lower elevation.

Moved from Triozidae.

Trioza obtusa
The host is Amelanchier canadensis, but it's common for many psyllid spp. in northern temperate regions to overwinter on conifers.

Moved from Cacopsylla.

Moved from Psyllidae.

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