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It is some species of planthopper (Eurybrachid). It is about 4 cm long. This specimen walked on sand.
Miombo forest near a small lake.
Any ideas of ID?
Please, update!! It is very important, that we have this full name on PN and the net! Thanks!
Thanks for ID!
Eurybrachidae, Eurybrachinae, Loxocephalini, Paropioxys bellus, female. Many thanks, Jérôme Constant for your assistance with the ID, much appreciated!!
Thanks bayucca :-)
I sent Jérôme an email for helping...
Same genus I would say... I try to get some more info about it...
This one from Malawi seems quite close. Also not IDed beyond family level:https://www.fugleognatur.dk/forum/show_m...
Welcome Project Noah Rein!Bayucca, any way we can attract Jerôme's attention to this spotting? A group we could post it to?
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Wonderful one! Sorry, cannot really help you. There s probably only one guy in the world who can ID this one: Jerôme Constant.
Spotted on Nov 3, 2016 Submitted on Nov 14, 2017
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