Need some help with bug identification.

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Enforcer

Enforcer

Hey all

I found these little guys on the underside of one leaf (which I removed). I haven’t been able to find any others. The plants are about a month old. What do you think they are?? Thanks 🙏

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mancorn

mancorn

It's a leaf hopper nymphs.


(Aphids have cornicles, a pair of small upright backward-pointing tubes on their backend.)
 
Briand1234

Briand1234

It's a leaf hopper nymphs.


(Aphids have cornicles, a pair of small upright backward-pointing tubes on their backend.)
Yeah you're right I thought they were root aphids my bad!
 
Enforcer

Enforcer

It's a leaf hopper nymphs.


(Aphids have cornicles, a pair of small upright backward-pointing tubes on their backend.)
Ah, well done sir. Thank you.
 
mancorn

mancorn

Ah, well done sir. Thank you.
My brother just had the Virginia creeper a couple weeks ago and he sent me a picture. He’s colored blind, so I tell em “you know there’s 4 big red dots on the bug.” 5 minutes later he writes me back with the link I posted, asking “is this them?” So just serendipity that I had recently saw the picture of the grape leafhopper.
 
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