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olive leafhopper - Scaphytopius

olive leafhopper - Scaphytopius
Ramsey Canyon, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
October 8, 2013

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Mesamia diana
This genus is easily recognized by the large number of marginal (costal) crossveins; this species is the only one I know that lacks the usual head spots and has instead a line on each side paralleling the margin of the crown.

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