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Stink bug laying eggs--Chlorochroa? - Chlorochroa kanei - female

Stink bug laying eggs--Chlorochroa? - Chlorochroa kanei - Female
near Grant Lake on Hwy 158, Mono County, California, USA
June 21, 2008
Size: 18-20mm
I didn't realize this bug was laying eggs until I looked at the photo (now I know where the egg in my bug box came from). The plant it was on was along the roadside.

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Stink bug laying eggs--Chlorochroa? - Chlorochroa kanei - female Stink bug laying eggs--Chlorochroa? - Chlorochroa kanei - female

Chlorochroa kanei Thomas & Buxton -- good one!
Donald Thomas det.

Great bug, Debbi -- thanks for sharing, and pls keep an eye out for them! =v=

Moved from Chlorochroa.

Moved
Moved from Stink Bugs.

Moved
Moved from True Bugs.

Conchuela Bug?
After looking throught the Stink Bugs, I'm thinking this is a Conchuela Bug (Chlorochroa ligata), but I'd get a second opinion on it before moving it.

 
from Joe Eger:
"Probably not ligata"

 
Probably.
Probably is, but there are several nearly identical species out west.

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