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another feeder at the milkweek 2862 Green Budworm (Hedya nubiferana) 2862 Green Budworm (Hedya nubiferana) 2862 Green Budworm (Hedya nubiferana) Sleep tech Sleep tech Cicadellidae Spider ID??? Syrphid fly Syrphid fly Syrphid fly leda? leda? Skipper, but no button eyes or antennae Skipper, but no button eyes or antennae Nitidulidae? Small Lined Beetle with Red Thorax and Abdomen Seed Predator on Oenothera biennis (evening primrose) fruit leafhoppers and treehoppers Leafhopper Nymph On Reddit it was identified possibly as a Mebracinae Treehopper. But I dont' see anything the same color on the page provided. aphids Fuzzy Hopper Very small hopper (Cicadellidae: Megophthalminae nymph?)

 
 
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