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Photo#52909
What is this? - Otiocerus amyotii

What is this? - Otiocerus amyotii
Black Creek, Cary, Wake County, North Carolina, USA
May 19, 2006
I thought this was a moth at first when I was photographing it, but now I'm not really sure what the heck it is at all!

Image
may I use this image on my NC hopper site?

https://auth1.dpr.ncparks.gov/bugs/view_1.php?id=14550

 
Re: Image
Yes, of course. I can provide the original image to you if that would be helpful as well. I think the resolution will be about the same, but the quality might be better.

 
sure!
Thank you very much, yeah just email the original if you would like

Derbidae: Otiocerus wolfei
It looks like our NH specimens identified by Andy Hamilton. Very nice.

 
Otiocerus amyotii
It looks like O. wolfei, but lacks a black line on the head in front of the eyes.

 
image moved
from ID Request to new species page

Neat
Reminds me of the Fulgoroid Planthoppers found here. Images on pages 4-7 especially.

 
Agreed.
Fabulous image of one of the Derbidae!

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