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Which psyllid? - Acizzia jamatonica

Which psyllid? - Acizzia jamatonica
Durham, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
October 13, 2010
Size: < 1 mm
Each year these are all over the Mimosa Trees at the Museum of Life + Science in Durham, raining down "honeydew" on the pavement and attracting ants, lady beetles, bees and wasps, and birds.

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Moved from Psylloidea.

Moved from ID Request.

Psyllid nymphs, maybe?
They bear a resemblance to some of those in the Guide:

I'm sure there are other possibilities as well, so let's see what the experts have to say.

Psyllid nymphs...
I think you're right, they do look very much like psyllid nymphs, but I agree, wait for an expert to have a look. I guess the question should be, which psyllid attacks mimosa?

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