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Something in Aphrodinae? - Anoscopus albiger

Something in Aphrodinae? - Anoscopus albiger
Atco, Camden County, New Jersey, USA
December 3, 2010
Size: 3mm?
Not great image...
Is this something in Aphrodinae?

Moved
Moved from Leafhoppers.

Anoscopus albiger
A pale specimen. Yes, a close relative of Aphrodes (where it was placed until recently).

If I miss some of your images, like this one, feel free to contact me directly at: hamiltona AT agr.gc.ca

 
Anoscopus albiger
Wow, first record for the Guide! Cool!
Thank you for your help Dr. Hamilton! Always!

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