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Photo#715912
green nymph - Ormenoides venusta

green nymph - Ormenoides venusta
Hawkeye Wildlife Area, Johnson County, Iowa, USA
July 1, 2012
Size: 4-5 mm
Found in the company of at least three adult hoppers...Two-horned treehopper, Citrus Flatid planthopper, and Acanalonia conica.

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I'd bet on the flatid
. . . because your nymph looks much like the green phases of the fourth and fifth instars of Siphanta acuta, though its proportions are different and I don't see the black markings.

Maybe...
Ormenoides venusta? I don't see orange spots on your nymph though...


 
Ormenoides venusta
the 4 black spots on the tail are characteristic

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