Ledrinae Nymph of Leaf Hopper
This is the immature stage of the Leaf Hopper Nymph, Adults of most species of leafhopper range between 1/8 to 1/4 inch long. They are slender and frequently have an angular, pointed head. Coloration depends on species, but generally leafhoppers are shades of green, brown, or yellow and are often mottled. Nymphs (immatures) look similar to the adults except that the nymphs are smaller and don’t have wings. Nymphs typically feed on the underside of leaves, where the humidity is higher and they are more protected from predators.
Camera: Canon 7D Mark 2
Lens: Canon 100mm f2.8L Raynox DCR 250