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Photo#677467
leafhopper - Stenocranus vittatus

leafhopper - Stenocranus vittatus
Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York, USA
July 18, 2012
Size: ca. 3-5mm
dry field with ample Little Bluestem

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Moved from Stenocranus.

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Moved from ID Request.

This is a planthopper. Leafhoppers have long spines on hind legs. This specimen looks like Stenocranus vittatus, but Dr. Hamilton will know.

 
Stenocranus vittatus
yes

 
Thanks.
Thanks Andy and Robert. Nice to start nailing these.

 
We get to them, eventually
To give you an idea of the numbers involved on Bug Guide. Note that these stats are in real time :)

 
I didn't mean that you were slow...
It's nice for me to have these nailed because we're out catching some of these every other day, and it's really helpful once I can start putting names to them.

 
I know you didn't mean anything
Conrad,
You post good photos and just thought you'd like to know why Bug Guide is THE Premier insect ID website. In the last 3 years, we've averaged 800 million hits per year ... and that's growing. Keep those good photos coming. I've got your moths, leafhoppers and psocids covered. I don't even attempt to touch anything else :)
Robert

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