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Photo take at the marina gardens very small i have no idea if this is a moth or if is a hopper about 5 mm each same again i don´t have the right lens for this photos so this are the best ones.
Thanks that is what i did Bayucca :):)
I did some Placetis ID and some Pulchella ID, but there are really tricky. I would go with Agrosoma sp. in the meanwhile.
Wow I agree whit Bayucca Placetis and Pulchella they both look the same is hard one what should i edit ????
Thanks so much Bayucca and Ashis :):)
I think Costa Rica is geographically connected with Mexico. Here in India many species find those almost same in South America and Australia in case of Arthropods. I think this specie is well distributed than other species as recorded in Neotropical many countries.
In Costa Rica Placetis is quite common, I don't know about Mexico. All these Agrosomas looks quite similar. Pulchella for example is almost identical, depending on the position of the wings and angle, light and colors. It is certainly an Agrosoma sp., but I do not dare to confirm either Pulchella or Placetis as species or any other of the at least 20 species of Agrosoma in the neotropics. And there is always a great variability within the same species.
Bayucca you almost reached with Genus...I think this is specie...http://naturalhistory.museumwales.ac.uk/...
Another same spotting find from Costa rica.
Leafhopper/Cicadellidae, Sharpshooter/Cicadellinae, Agrosoma sp., closer is probably not possible, there are too many similar ones around. The mating ones and the right one are most probably different species.
Lat: 20.85, Long: -86.88
Spotted on Jun 29, 2012 Submitted on Jun 29, 2012