These mating treehoppers (Acutalis brunnea) picked a good place to get together, at least from a photographer’s perspective. I like the composition of this full frame image, but there’s so many different ways I could crop it.
Here’s a closer look at the pair.
I’ve stared at the full size image, but I can’t decide which one is male and which one is female.
Subjects: Insects, Treehoppers, and True Bugs.
Places: Georgia, North America, Twelvestones, and United States.
Life Stages: Adult.
Sexes: Female and Male.
Taxa: Class Insecta, Family Membracidae, and Order Hemiptera.