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Asopinae (predatory stink bug) sp.? - Picromerus bidens

Asopinae (predatory stink bug) sp.? - Picromerus bidens
Town of Danby, Tompkins County, New York, USA
September 6, 2010

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Moved from ID Request.

I'm not an expert
but I think it looks similar to this one:

 
Spike-shouldered
Thanks for the suggestion. I agree. It looks more like P. bidens than P. mac.

Podisus maculiventris?
I'm thinking P. maculiventris but antennae and forelegs appear red and I couldn't find a similar image.

 
Not sure what it is
But it's definitely not P. mac.

 
P. bidens
Thanks Andrew- I think metrioptera's suggestion of P. bidens looks pretty good.

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