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Red Shouldered Bugs  - Jadera haematoloma

Red Shouldered Bugs - Jadera haematoloma
Santa Clara, Santa Clara County, California, USA
January 29, 2010
The young appear to show much more red than black.

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Small red bugs in colorado
We have them on the side of the house, looks like they are coming from an evergreen tree. Neighbors have them also. Also a black with Red bug, that seems can fly also.

How do we get rid of them? Tried the dawn dishwashing liquid but when getting rid of them, more appear.

Thanks

 
Not an answer, but...
...at least they are not stinkbugs! In fact, they are sort of interesting. My guess is that it is there numbers that are disconcerting, however the ones that I have seen are staying confined to their original location. Last time I looked (about a week ago) they were still there, but had not spread. Maybe someone else knows more!

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