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Photo#81248
Tiny Hopper Nymph Again - Agallia

Tiny Hopper Nymph Again - Agallia
Near Ruraldale, Upshur County, West Virginia, USA
September 30, 2006
Size: 2.7 mm
Not as sharp as the dorsal shot, but not too bad for hand-held I guess. The dorsal shot made it look like it had two equal-sized horns; I guess in this shot one horn is hiding behind the other.

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Moved
Moved from Agallia.

Agallia
Funny thing about that ... I can see both head processes clearly in side view. These are distinctive for this genus.

 
Still Don't!
Ha, I still don't see it. I guess the difference is you know what you are looking for. I may see a sliver of the second one!?

Ah well thanks for the ID, and I will move to the genus page.

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