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Red eyes, blotchy white and dusky gray coloration
Could be. I will submit to bugguide. Those images on the species page you linked to were from Alaska, so it definitely occurs here. It was 1 cm or less
Athysanus sp. (and probably others as well) also have short wings, but I have no idea if they occur in Alaska...
Maybe this one http://bugguide.net/node/view/211076. Or else, something similar?
Looks like a leafhopper with short wings. How big was it? Maybe Evacanthus sp.?
That's so odd looking. It has to be a cicada, but the wings are too short for any I've seen. It almost looks like it's missing its longer pair of wings.
Spotted on Jul 3, 2016 Submitted on Aug 23, 2016