Proutista Moesta: Long-winged Planthopper
The first time I saw it, I thought this insect belonged to species of flies in the Diptera order. As it turned out, I was wrong.
I tried to find the information via google image search, but it didn't help much. It wasn't until after searching on Yandex that I found information that this insect is commonly known as long-winged planthopper.
Here is a species of Proutista moesta belonging to the Derbidae family in the order Hemiptera. It has a thin face like a horse with protruding eyes. Under its eyes were two nodules, were they the antennae? I don't know exactly.
As its common name, it has two elongated erect wings. Each wing has 4 transparent spots. What a unique insect!
|Camera||Smartphone + Macro Lens|
|Location||Lhokseumawe, Aceh, Indonesia|
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