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Family Flatidae, subfamily Flatinae, tribe Flatini
StephenSolomons I have changed the ID.. it looks more like a "Pink Planthopper" :)
My pleasure :-)
Thanks StephenSolomons .. I will check it out.. :)
Christiane I think this is a Pink Planthopper rather than a Mango Planthopper. http://www.brisbaneinsects.com/brisbane_...
Thank you Christiane! This is a great addition :)
@ CindyBinghamKeiser.. Great.. I will add this one to your mission..
Hello, I started a mission that focuses on the hoppers. I'm hoping it will global rather than just the 300 mile radius of where I'm at. Regardless, I'd really appreciate you adding your hopper spotting(s). http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8096... Thank you!
Very cool insect - excellent photos
That is so cool! And weird looking! Never seen anything like that before. Brilliant spotting. :)
@ Laurine Looks like a Mango Planthopper.. FUNNY NAME... Thanks!
that looks really weird
Nice photo!!! Perhaps a Mango Planthopper (Colgaroides acuminata). http://www.brisbaneinsects.com/brisbane_...
Thanks.. alicelongmartin.. I love nature.. and not just the cute and cuddly!
Christine you come up with some wonderful pictures!
Lat: -25.39, Long: 151.01
Spotted on Jun 12, 2011 Submitted on Jun 13, 2011
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