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Treehopper

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Was found in the house, just after a walk in the park. I did not see it eat any part of the leaf.

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Hello zeyd88 and Welcome to the Project Noah community!
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zeyd88
zeyd88 2 years ago

Thanks guys :)

Neil Ross
Neil Ross 2 years ago

That is an unusual spotting, and a great first spotting too. Welcome to the site, zeyd88. I hope you enjoy it. I'm also in Brisbane. Have a look at some of the missions. There are several global missions, but a few local ones are... Wildlife of Brisbane, Wilds of Southeast Queensland, Entomologica of Queensland... just to name a few.

Sergio Monteiro
Sergio Monteiro 2 years ago

This one looks like a treehopper nymph. Treehoppers don't eat the plants, but suck their sap.

zeyd88
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zeyd88

Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Spotted on Mar 9, 2019
Submitted on Mar 9, 2019

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