Flat bug with short bucculae (projections beside tylus, the little "beak" visible from above). Thus tylus looks narrow, not thickened. Several species have distinctive antennae--various segments covered with semi-erect thick spines.
The Pine Flat Bug (A. cinnamomeus) is a significant pest of pine in e. Europe, especially young trees growing under poor conditions(3) but, contrary to older records, does not occur in NA; its American counterpart is A. kormilevi
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