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Photo#556303
? - Hapithus agitator - female

? - Hapithus agitator - Female
Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, USA
August 2, 2011
Size: approx. 2 cm
10 am.

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oops - forgot to move her when I commented

Looks like a female nymph of Hapithus agitator
She looks exactly like some of the other photos of nymphs of this species. Orocharis is very similar, but I think a couple of clues are the pattern in the eyes, the head seems a tad smaller (?), and the black spots (if they are there) are different.

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Orocharis?

 
Many thanks
I will move the photo to Orocharis saltator -- hope that's okay.

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