[8/11/20] Rhododendron Leafhopper, Graphocephala fennahi.
a very fancy little lad
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@weirdo-with-a-nametag submitted: Hello I would like to share more bugs!!
My very first assassin bug ever (that I recognized as one, at least)!! Very exciting! And it was thanks to your blog, actually, I aw a post about one and then a few days later encountered this buddy! A leafhopper assassin bug, maybe?
And this friend, on the leaf of a fuzzy spiderwort - I think a chrysanthemum lace bug? Or perhaps another.
Northwest Oregon, do you think these are the right IDs?
Also a very nice yellow sac spider - she was quite calm while being moved outside!
Hello! I am happy to view more bugs. Yes, the first is a leafhopper assassin bug. Way to go IDing your first assassin bug! I would say the lacebug is at least in Corythuca, although couldn’t confirm it’s for sure a chrysanthemum lace bug. Surprised you even managed photos that clear considering how tiny they are. Love the lil yellow sac friend as well! Thanks for sharing again!
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Spotted in the garden of an apartment building. A Scarlet-and-Green Leafhopper
Photographer: Douglas Yardley
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@yeti-or-not submitted: Wat dis?
Sharpshooter!!! Which is a type of leafhopper. This one is a red-banded leafhopper, Graphocephala coccinea :)
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[7/30/20] Leafhopper, Subgenus Gyponana.
just a normal leaf move along
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[7/29/20] Japanese Leafhopper, Orientus ishidae.
A very lovely if not slightly invasive fellow
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Oh I have one to id =D
The best picture I got
Time: Dec 10 , 2020
location: USA, California Fresno
=D is this submission ok ?
This is a great submission yes. It’s an assassin bug...probably a leafhopper assassin!
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Red-banded Leafhopper (Graphocephala coccinea)
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Broad-headed Sharpshooter, Oncometopia orbona
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カシヒメヨコバイ、Aguriahana quercus 、１１月２５日、愛知県
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#1710 - Eurymeloides pulchra nymphs
The rather colourful nymphs of a common Gum-leafhopper species. The Eurymelinae used to be their own family, but got demoted to a subfamily of the Cicadellidae. Most of them feed on Eucalypts, and some on Casuarina, but they’re only found in Australia and nearby areas.
They lay their eggs in slits cut into twigs, and have five molts between egg and adult. Many species are farmed for honeydew by meat ants (Iridomyrmex sp.), and they produce so much honeydew that Sooty Mold (Fumago vagans) can be a real problem on heavily infested trees.
Busselton, SW Australia
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@softthyla submitted: Who is this friend who flew into the bus with me near Portland, Oregon? Leggy baby
Very leggy indeed! Looks like a leafhopper assassin bug. I love them :)
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