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marsh fly - Leptoglossus occidentalis

marsh fly - Leptoglossus occidentalis
Bucks County, Pennsylvania, USA
October 24, 2009
Please confirm id. teddie

Moved from ID Request.

Also looks like a Tachinid egg on its' head.

Tachinid egg; I have similar ones, also placed on the head.

Thank you for your reply.tedd
Thank you for your reply.teddie

Tachinid eggs
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Looks to me...
like it could be a Western Conifer Seed Bug. They come into houses when it starts to get cold.


Thank you for your reply. ted
Thank you for your reply. teddie

Me Too
That white "W" across the middle suggests a Western Conifer Seed Bug to me as well. We had them thick this year in Northern California.

thank you for your reply. ted
thank you for your reply. teddie

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