treehopper

(Atymna spp.)

               
     

treehopper (Atymna sp.)

 

   
   
   
   
   
Size

Male: ¼ (6 mm)

Female: ¼ (7 mm)

          Photo by Alfredo Colon

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Sources: 24, 27, 29, 30.


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No Common Name
None of the North American Atymna species have a common name. The common name for the family Membracidae is treehoppers, and is applied here for the sake of convenience.


Taxonomy

Order:

Hemiptera (true bugs, cicadas, hoppers, aphids and allies)

 

No Rank:

Euhemiptera

 

No Rank:

Clypeorrhyncha

 

Suborder:

Auchenorrhyncha (free-living hemipterans)

 

Infraorder:

Cicadomorpha

 

Superfamily:

Membracoidea

 

Family:

Membracidae (treehoppers)

 

Subfamily:

Smiliinae

 

Tribe:

Smiliini

 
Subordinate Taxa

treehopper (Atymna distincta)

treehopper (Atymna helena)

treehopper (Atymna inornata)

treehopper (Atymna querci)

treehopper (Atymna simplex)

 
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Alfredo Colon
7/17/2018

Location: Woodbury, Minnesota

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