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Strange Insect ID Request - Exortus punctiferus

Strange Insect ID Request - Exortus punctiferus
Camp Wood, Edwards County, Texas, USA
September 2, 2013
This is a new one for me. Can this photograph be identified?

Moved
Moved from Planthoppers.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

planthopper nymph
I'm guessing Acanalonia.

 
Hysteropterum
Issidae, not Acanaloniidae: note the paintbrush-like wax filaments at the tip of the abdomen.

 
Thank you
It surely looks like it minus the "plume". I was wondering if it might be an immature of something. Odd little creature!

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