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The early nymphs of these common leaf-footed bugs are quite unique-looking. They tend to have rounded, flat abdomens fringed by a zig-zag whitish fringe, which they hold aloft as they crawl. I believe this juvenile is in its 2nd instar stage.
see later instar: http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/127...