PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY Jumping plant louse (Trioza urticae), artwork. This species of psyllid usually folds its wings over its body like a tent. Shown at top are enlarged views of various parts of its anatomy. These are: (from top left) the head and rostrum, the pointed tubular hairs at the end of the femora (legs), hooks and pads on the on the terminal tarsus, and the antennae. The antennae segements are made up of telescoped rings. This herbivorous insect is found on nettles.
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