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Planthopper - Neomegamelanus lautus - male

Planthopper - Neomegamelanus lautus - Male
11 Mile Road, Galveston County, Texas, USA
April 23, 2011
Perhaps Neomegamelanus.


Neomegamelanus lautus
The head as long as the eye, and the distribution (TX to LA) is distinctive. This is a male; females are pale. Please watch for them on cordgrass. They also have strange looking nymphs.

Moved from Planthoppers.

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