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Re: kitty's bug was: Yellowjackets

While there are several species of lacebug, the ones I get on my
azaleas every once in a while are not fast movers; transparent wings
with a black mark on them.  I keep thinking your guy has to be one of
the plant hopper types and am still trying to get back to my search. 
I know I have seen a small brown insect with that cotton tuft on the
rear...would know the critter instantly if I could only find a photo
of it.

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> From: Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> My 35mm photos came back and those pics were equally as clear as
those I
> posted from the digital.  I showed it to the Hort Ed who said it
> looked like a lacebug.  So I googled it again and the pics came up
in a
> different order and this time, yes, I saw photos that looked like
my bug.
> the thing that I can't match up, can't find a picture of, is the
cotton they
> carry behind them.  That's why it's hard for me to be condfident in
> lacebug ID.

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