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Photo#671257
Corythucha on Vitis in Georgia - Stephanitis pyrioides

Corythucha on Vitis in Georgia - Stephanitis pyrioides
Coweta County, Georgia, USA
June 30, 2012
Size: 3.5 mm
Found single specimen while collecting hoppers. Median pronotal carina equal in height to the hood. Lacks marginal spines. Seems to fit C. arcuata but the lack of noticable spines?

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Corythucha on Vitis in Georgia - Stephanitis pyrioides Corythucha on Vitis in Georgia - Stephanitis pyrioides

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Ken that looks correct to me.
Ken that looks correct to me. I want to call it Stepanitis pyrioides since hood and carina are the same height.

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To me it looks more like Stephanitis...



...particularly about the antennae.

But what do I know? Hold out for an expert opinion. :)

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