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Planthopper Nymph - Acanalonia bivittata

Planthopper Nymph - Acanalonia bivittata
Amherst, Massachusetts, USA
July 17, 2004
You can really see the waxy filamentous tail in this shot. I've seen quite a few of these on the plants in yard.

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Acanalonia bivittata
Now that we know all 4 eastern Acanalonia, this must be A. bivittata.

Update: Sept. 21, 2004
I have seen many of these smaller nymphs with older ones like this:

...and full-grown adults around my gardens, (especially on our Hastas plants) throughout the summer. I am assuming that these are all juvenile forms of the green Acanaloniid Planthopper.

...if anyone has anymore info/corrections, please let me know...

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