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Flatid Planthopper Nymph

Posted by
itchydogimages (Pu'er, China) on 14 October 2012 in Animal & Insect and Portfolio.

(Phromnia intacta, Flatidae)
Pu'er, Yunnan, China

SONY DSC-R1 1/200 second F/16.0 ISO 160 60 mm

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marceline from tournai, Belgium

à chaque fois que je passe ici, je découvre des merveilles !!

14 Oct 2012 11:06am

Lydia.Dd from Paris, France

Unbelievable !! Superb !

14 Oct 2012 12:21pm

☺ ► ƸɼiϾ ◄ ☼ from Narbonne, France

can he fly like that ??
thx

14 Oct 2012 5:50pm

@☺ ► ƸɼiϾ ◄ ☼: It's a nymph or pre-adult stage, so wingless. The adults however have huge wings and capable of flight but as their name says also, plant hoppers, they tend to be more jumpers than distance flyers.

☺ ► ƸɼiϾ ◄ ☼ from Narbonne, France

thank you for the explication, see you soon

15 Oct 2012 6:05pm

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insects by barry

SONY DSC-R1
1/200 second
F/16.0
ISO 160
60 mm

insect
macro
china
hopper
bug
planthopper
hemiptera
flatidae