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Photo#17237
small black bug - Corimelaena pulicaria

small black bug - Corimelaena pulicaria
Bolton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
May 12, 2005
Size: 2mm
What appears to be the wing covers are yellow and very thin.

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Moved
These match the Cedar Creek picture, and Marshall's new book (1) matches and says it's the most common northeastern Negro Bug.

Negro Bug
The one shown at Cedar Creek also has thin yellow margins.

 
Corimelaena sp.
has the thick yellow margins like this one. Should it go into THYREOCORIDAE or genus? Thanks Robin.

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