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Plant hopper


About 20 mm long plant hopper. Flew in at night attracted to light. Transparent wings with prominent green veins.


In trees and bushes.

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sunnyjosef 9 years ago

@CindyBinghamKeiser.. Added, thank you.

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sunnyjosef 9 years ago

Thank you bayucca for the correction.. It sure seems a plant hopper. I thought it a cicada because of it's size and the thick transparent wings.

bayucca 9 years ago

I do notthink that this is a cicada. Looks for me morelike a planthopper. Reminds me of a Dictyopharidae without the prominent nose (they indeed exists!). But I did not find a reasonable match or that and I am not sure about the family. I would guess it is a Fulgoromorpha (not Cicadamorpha) and might be a Fulgoroidea. Maybe you or others find more about...

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Ernakulam, Kerala, India

Spotted on Jun 4, 2014
Submitted on Jun 4, 2014

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