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Two-lined Spittlebug - Prosapia ignipecta

Two-lined Spittlebug - Prosapia ignipecta
Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
July 16, 2006
Size: 7.8mm

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Two-lined Spittlebug - Prosapia ignipecta Two-lined Spittlebug - Prosapia ignipecta

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What's up with the all-black specimens?
How common is this? I see you have another one in the guide.

 
It must be a northern thing
All the one's I've seen in New England have been all black. Must be an adaptation for cooler weather.

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