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Subfamily Smiliinae

 
 
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Treehopper - Acutalis tartarea Acutalis tartarea? - Acutalis tartarea Treehopper - Acutalis tartarea Acutalis tartarea Treehoppers (Membracidae) » Acutalis tartarea? - Acutalis tartarea Mistflower Hopper - Acutalis tartarea Acutalis tartarea Hopper male and female of same species or just two different individuals hanging out? - Acutalis tartarea

Treehopper on Locust - Vanduzea arquata Black Locust Treehoppers - Vanduzea arquata ants eating  some tree parasite or growth - Vanduzea arquata Treehopper - Vanduzea segmentata hopper 48 - Vanduzea segmentata Treehopper, Vanduzea arquata? - Vanduzea arquata Leafhopper found on Frostweed (Verbesina virginica) - Vanduzea Vanduzea - Vanduzea arquata

Treehopper - Stictocephala basalis TreeHopper - Tortistilus abnorma Ceresa stimulea, Possibly? - Stictocephala stimulea Hopper on Tomato Plant - Stictocephala diceros Stictocephala diceros CASTYPE 02141 - Stictocephala palmeri Stictocephala basalis? - Stictocephala Stictocephala?

Micrutalis parva (Goding) - Micrutalis parva Hopper tiny leafhopper with black hump style shell - Micrutalis calva Treehopper - Micrutalis calva Treehopper - Micrutalis Micrutalis dorsalis? - Micrutalis dorsalis - female Black and green - hopper? - Micrutalis calva Tiny, dark treehopper found on California Croton - Micrutalis

Treehopper Nymphs - Publilia concava Tree hopper 062714 - Entylia carinata Treehopper Entylia Carinata nymph - I think ? - Entylia carinata Membracidae sp - Entylia carinata Ant Farm - Entylia carinata 3022850 treehopper - Entylia carinata Entylia carinata (?) being tended by Camponotus floridanus - Entylia carinata Keeled Treehopper - Entylia carinata

 
 
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