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Evacanthus nigramericanus ? - Evacanthus nigramericanus

Evacanthus nigramericanus ? - Evacanthus nigramericanus
Bear Paw State Natural Area, Watauga County, North Carolina, USA
June 9, 2014
Female or young adult ? Thanks, Paul

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"Female or young adult?" may be tricky to answer
the two options are not mutually exclusive, might as well be both; any adult is either male or female, after all

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My question should have been are the females dimorphic and is this a female? We would like to post this type of info on the NC Leafhopper Website and were hoping Dr. Hamilton would provide an answer. Thanks. Paul

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