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Evacanthus Leafhopper

Evacanthus sp.


Red eyes, blotchy white and dusky gray coloration


Residential area

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Christine Y.
Christine Y. 4 years ago

good luck!

Machi 4 years ago

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

Christine Y.
Christine Y. 4 years ago

Athysanus sp. (and probably others as well) also have short wings, but I have no idea if they occur in Alaska...

Christine Y.
Christine Y. 4 years ago

Maybe this one Or else, something similar?

Christine Y.
Christine Y. 4 years ago

Looks like a leafhopper with short wings. How big was it? Maybe Evacanthus sp.?

Heather R
Heather R 4 years ago

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.

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Alaska, USA

Spotted on Jul 3, 2016
Submitted on Aug 23, 2016

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