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That is classic TMV....tobacco mosaic virus....super crappy for this to enter your garden. I'm no expert, but here's my experience...but not looking good. If you are, or there has been smokers in/around your garden it could very likely have it. From what I understand, it's a virus from cigarettes (not sure if it's just tobacco or cigarettes, I know tobacco ...


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Aha! After tons of Googling, I finally found that this is a Flatid Leafhopper. Apparently they aren't inherently dangerous to plants, but can carry a virus which is devastating to most herbaceous life. As such, I'll be getting rid of them. The recommended tool is neem oil, in case anyone else comes across this. Some links: Wikipedia bugguide



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