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Japanese Leafhopper Nymph? - Orientus ishidae

Japanese Leafhopper Nymph? - Orientus ishidae
Kirkland (Seattle area), King County, Washington, USA
July 27, 2013
Size: Approx. 2 mm

Moved

Actually
I think this looks almost Deltocephaline. Definitely not a nymph of G. fennahi, which are greenish with yellow flanks.

 
How about...
Orientus ishidae?


 
Where are the adults?
Yeah, my little nymphs do look like the one you posted. (That's what I get for not googling the nymphs for G. fennahi when I didn't see any in the guide.) Strange, though--I have Rhododendron leafhoppers galore but have not seen a single other type of leafhopper and have been combing the bushes quite thoroughly. I'll look again tomorrow with my eyes open for O. ishidae. Thanks for your expertise!

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