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Delphacid Nymph? - Pissonotus binotatus

Delphacid Nymph? - Pissonotus binotatus
Montrose, Laurens County, Georgia, USA
October 26, 2010
Size: 1.5-2 mm
I won't even bother hazarding a guess as to what genus this is from. Found on wild raspberry leaf. I suspect it came out because of the rather over-warm weather of the past couple of weeks. This is the only example I have seen of this hopper.

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Delphacid Nymph? - Pissonotus binotatus Delphacid Nymph? - Pissonotus binotatus

Moved
Moved from Planthoppers.

Pissonotus binotatus
Short-winged forms are common in this long-antenna genus of Delphacidae. This particular species has the white wing tips broken into spots in the darkest individuals.

 
Thank you, Andy. Much appreciated......
So those wings are not stubs, then? Because they were so small, I thought they weren't fully developed, hence my conclusion this was a nymph.

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