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Planthopper

Desudaba danae

Description:

By far the biggest hopper I've seen yet. Between 2-2.5cm in length.

Habitat:

Found in coastal bushland.


6 Comments

MacChristiansen
MacChristiansen 5 years ago

Nice one Leanne

LeanneGardner
LeanneGardner 5 years ago

That's the reason I first spotted it Stephen. It flew past me with a flash of red & orange :)

StephenSolomons
StephenSolomons 5 years ago

nice colours too!

LeanneGardner
LeanneGardner 5 years ago

Thanks heaps Mark! I'd never have found that ID. Great work.

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 5 years ago

Even if that scientific name is wrong I just love the sound of it!

LeanneGardner
LeanneGardner 5 years ago

Thanks Dan! Still looking for an ID. Thanks for the heads up on the family.

dandoucette
dandoucette 5 years ago

Very cool Leanne! Looks like it's in the Fulgoridae family.

LeanneGardner
Spotted by
LeanneGardner

Queensland, Australia

Lat: -21.42, Long: 149.33

Spotted on Apr 14, 2014
Submitted on Apr 15, 2014

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