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Leafhopper - Erythroneura festiva

Leafhopper - Erythroneura festiva
Henderson, Chester County, Tennessee, USA
August 19, 2012

Moved tentatively
Moved from Erythroneura.

Moved
Moved from Leafhoppers.

Looks like
Erythroneura rubra possibly, since there is no midline on the head

 
Is the lack of a midline indi
Is the lack of a midline indicative of rubra? I've seen comments from Andy Hamilton saying dissection is the only way to separate corni and rubra.

 
Well
According to a key on Erythroneura that I downloaded, both E. rubrella and E. corni have a midline while E. rubra does not.
Btw, the hopper site I'm working on will be of great use to you (once its finished). I can show you the 'rough draft' if you are interested (just send me an email)

Edit: Ken, I actually have a word document that I created last week for E. rubrella, rubra, and corni. Send me an email and I'll send it to you.

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