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A new species of Dysdercus : Dysdercus stehliki sp.nov. (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pyrrhocoridae) from Brazil

An unusual observation: A specimen of Dysdercus mimulus Hussey, 1929 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pyrrhocoridae) feeding on a moth

Cotton Stainer, Dysdercus suturellus (Herrich-Schaeffer) (Insecta: Hemiptera: Pyrrhocoridae)

A revision of the New World species of Dysdercus Guérin Méneville (Heteroptera, Pyrrhocoridae)

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Dysdercus sp.

Looks like

Likely D. obliquus

Likely D. obliquus

Likely D. obliquus

Likely D. obliquus

Looks like

Lovely shot

Dysdercus concinnus





Dysdercus concinnus



must be Dysdercus suturellus

RE : Dysdercus looks right to me.

Dysdercus looks right to me.

this looks like Dysdercus concinnus to me

Dysdercus i think

How about...

Dysdercus ?mimulus

Dysdercus I believe

Dysdercus concinnus

best guess, Dysdercus

Dysdercus nymph

Looks like a Dysdercus nymph

Looks like Dysdercus

Looks like

I was thinking Red Bugs (Pyrrhocoridae)

How about

Looks like




Dysdercus mimulus -- Jane O'Donnell det.

Dysdercus ?suturellus


must be Dysdercus mimulus

Dysdercus suturellus

What do you think of


The white collar makes me think of stainers

What about a sp. new to BugGuide?

Dysdercus bimaculatus?

Not an expert

Looks like



When you're looking at that group of bright bugs

Definitely Dysdercus sp.




Thanks, Eric.....