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3 0 Thorn bug

Thorn bug

by Diaz José MiguelPuntarenas, Costa Rica

Aconophora sp probably compressa. Golden ...

3 0 Unknown spotting

Unknown spotting

by Diaz José MiguelProvincia Cartago, Costa Rica

Membracidae. Aconophora?

47 35 Treehopper nymphs

Treehopper nymphs

by SckelES, Brazil

Host plant: Cajanus cajan

4 1 Lantana Treehopper

Lantana Treehopper

by LaurenZarateChiapas, Mexico

Brown Treehoppers, adults about 6 mm long with an almost equally tall thoracic ...

0 0 Lantana Treehopper

Lantana Treehopper

by JuanDiTraniColón, Panama, Panama

These tiny insects feeds on plant sap. They typically have an enlarged and ...

0 2 Treehoppers

Treehoppers

by LaurenZarateSan Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico

Two different species of Treehoppers together on a branch. There were no other ...

1 0 Thorn Bug / Bicho Espina

Thorn Bug / Bicho Espina

by Diaz José MiguelProvincia Limón, Costa Rica

It might be Aconophora compresa. There is ...

0 0 Lantana Treehopper

Lantana Treehopper

by ezekieljacobsenNew South Wales, Australia

Lantana Treehoppers (also known as Lantana sap-sucking bugs) are a well ...

0 0 Lantana

Lantana

by AntónioGinjaGinjaBraga, Portugal

spotted in the a supermarket garden,i would like to know if is the same Lantana ...