Body size variation in nymphal instars I–V (stereomicroscope photograph). Nymphal instar V are largest but display high degree of variation in overall abdomen size (see text for possible explanation).

  Part of: Ortega-Gómez A, Selfa J, Sendra A, Hoch H (2022) Postembryonic development of the troglobitic planthopper species Valenciolenda fadaforesta Hoch & Sendra, 2021 (Hemiptera, Fulgoromorpha, Kinnaridae), with a key to nymphal instars. Subterranean Biology 44: 51-68.