I recently showed the nymph of Cicadella viridis. Here's the glorious adult:
This is the much more frequently-seen Frog-hopper, Philaneus spumarius:
And I've yet to get a completely satisfying shot of the Leafhopper Evacanthus interruptus:
The leaf-mining micromoth Mompha raschkiella appears to have been to school and learned how to keep the writing on the line:
These mines can overlap and are difficult to decipher, but I think we have 3 mines here, one of which is still occupied (you can see the 3mm yellow larva in the centre of the shot). These only mine Rosebay Willowherb.