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Typhlocybin Leafhopper - Unknown  Genus - Henribautia nigricephala

Typhlocybin Leafhopper - Unknown Genus - Henribautia nigricephala
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
January 31, 2012
Size: ~3mm
I'm drawing a big zilch with this distinctive hopper. Ideas? Thanks

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Typhlocybin Leafhopper - Unknown  Genus - Henribautia nigricephala Typhlocybin Leafhopper -  Unknown  Genus - Henribautia nigricephala Typhlocybin Leafhopper - Unknown  Genus - Henribautia nigricephala

There may not have been any r
There may not have been any real doubt about the species ID, but just FYI, Chris Dietrich has examined a male specimen and determined it to be H. nigricephala.

made my day guys -- thanks all!
Moved from Typhlocybinae.

Genus!
It's Henribautia. See new comment here:

I've requested at least a new genus page.

In Harris Co. TX, as well

Moved
Moved from Leafhoppers.

 
the apparrent match was placed in another subfamily
Cicindellinae

?

Apparent match from c. TX

w. of Austin, Travis Co., TX
June 2, 1994
Size: 2.5 mm
coll. sweeping cedar elm - Ulmus crassifolia
Spmn in the TAMUIC

 
another spmn has shown up in e. TX

Location: Northern Liberty County, TX (Big Thicket)
Date: 5/22/13 Attracted to lights
Copyright 2013 jms http://www.bigthicketcritters.com/

Accidental?
Could this leafhopper be (what I refer to in birding) an "accidental," like my Dysimia pseudomaculata

unknown genus of microleafhopper
I hope that you kept this beautiful specimen, because neither I nor Chris Dietrich have the faintest idea what this is!

Obviously, we need more people to collect in mid-winter.

 
Unfortunately ...
Unfortunately, thinking it A. bitincta, I did not collect. Wasn't until I saw on my monitor I realized I should have. I am diligently searching. In the meantime, I have attached physical description of its head.

 
:((

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