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Platycentrus - Tylocentrus reticulatus

Platycentrus - Tylocentrus reticulatus
San Pedro River Valley, SE of San Manuel, Pinal County, Arizona, USA
April 26, 2014
Size: 5mm
I think this is Platycentrus. I rather doubt it can be ID'd to species. (The left wing is broken off - hence the asymmetrical view of the abdomen). Found on a Velvet Mesquite Tree (Prosopsis velutina) branch. Thank you for your help.

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Tylocentrus reticulatus
A much "chunkier" treehopper than Platycentrus, with shorter pronotal horns; easy to identify to species, because the only other species (T. quadricornis) has 2 pairs of horns!

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