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Eastern range extension of Leptoglossus occidentalis with a key to Leptoglossus species of America north of Mexico


Leptoglossus fulvicornis (Heteroptera: Coreidae), a Specialist on Magnolia Fruits: Seasonal History, Habits, and ...


Illustrated key for identification of the species included in the genus Leptoglossus...


The metathoracic scent gland of the leaf-footed bug, Leptoglossus zonatus


A review of the genus Leptoglossus Guerin (Hemiptera: Coreidae)


Matching comments ranked in order of relevance:

Leptoglossus


Ken's right; vaguely marked pronotum is quite common in zonatus


Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus


I would have to go with...


similar to Leptoglossus clypealis?


Leptoglossus?


Moved


Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Western Conifer Seed Bug, Leptoglossus occidentals


Possibly Leptoglossus clypeal


Leptoglossus zonatus


looks like Leptoglossus occid


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Thank you! New Leptoglossus f


Leaf-footed Bug


Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Thanks! I see Leptoglossus ph


A Leaf-Footed Bug


Leptoglossus fulvicornis looks okay...


Not Leptoglossus - Oops


Looks like some sort of Corei


Right…


Leptoglossus fulvicornis


I had this given as 5th insta


It's a different species than the one posted


Leptoglossus oppositus or Leptoglossus fulvicornis?


Moved


Bizarre


I'd guess Leptoglossus


OK!


Leptoglossus zonatus


possibly Leptoglossus zonatus , for sure Leptoglossus


looks like the Western Conifer Seed Bug


Leaf-footed bug (Leptoglossus phyllopus)


Leaf-footed Bugs, look like Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus


maybe Leptoglossus clypealis


yes, looks like Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus sp.


Leaf-footed bug.


Leptoglossus


Why Leptoglossus?


Leaf-footed bug nymphs


Similar, but not Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus phyllopus


A leaf-footed bug nymph


Not sure


Leaffooted Bug (Coreidae)


Leptoglossus?


Leg/body banding pattern remi


Identification - reply


:-)


Leptoglossus


It's not another species


Leaffooted Bug Leptoglossus sp. - Family: Coreidae


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus phyloppus


The bug is Leptoglossus phyloppus


Western Conifer Seed Bug


Leptoglossus clypealis


For what it's worth, I have a theory.


Leptoglossus oppositus


Leaffooted Bug Coreidae Nymph Specimen = Leptoglossus Phyllopus


Leptoglossus zonatus?


Leptoglossus?


Do you have a species in mind?


Leptoglossus?


Leptoglossus sp.


Leptoglossus oppositus


Leptoglossus?


Leptoglossus gonagra?


Leptoglossus sp.


Leptoglossus sp.


Not Leptoglossus.


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Maybe...


Leptoglossus sp.


Coreidae: Leptoglossus


Coreidae, Maybe Leptoglossus oppositus


Leptoglossus, note parasite


Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus occidentalis?


Moved


Leptoglossus (?)


Leptoglossus occidentallis


More likely Leptoglossus


I think it is a leaf footed b


Thanks! I would agree with th


They remind us of


Yes it's a leaf-footed bug


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Coreid nymph, probably Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus occidentallis


Leptoglossus occidentallis


Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus nymph


Leaf-footed bug


Leptoglossus occidentallis


Looks to be


Leptoglossus occidentallis


Leptoglossus oppositus


Looks to be


Western Conifer Leaf-footed Bug


Coreid nymph, probably Leptoglossus


Coreid nymph, probably Leptoglossus


Coreid


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved tentatively


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved tentatively


Leptoglossus oppositus


Moved


Leptoglossus phyllopus


I don't believe that species occurs in California.


Leptoglossus occidentallis


Leptoglossus zonatus


Thanks!


Moved


Ah, yes, thank you!


Leptoglossus, a leaf-footed bug


Moved


Leptoglossus sp.


Leptoglossus


Reminds us of Leptoglossus


Western conifer seed bug


Yes!


Moved


Moved


Frassed


Frassed


Moved


Moved tentatively


Ken, I looked at all the orig


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Frassed


Frassed


That Is What They Do


Frassed


Leptoglossus sp.


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus sp.


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus oppositus


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Not Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus occidentallis


Leptoglossus oppositus


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus oppositus


Yes, Leptoglossus occidentalis


Yep, Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus nymph


Leaf-footed Bug (Coreidae) hatchlings


Leptoglossus clypealis?


reared


Moved to Leptoglossus occidentallis


Leptoglossus occidentallis


Leptoglossus occidentallis


Moved tentatively


Moved


Leptoglossus oppositus


Unless you have reared these nymphs to adults...


Moved


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus occidentallis


Moved


Moved tentatively


Moved


Frassed


Frassed


Ken's would be my best guess, too


best guess, L. oppositus


Frassed


Frassed


Moved


Moved


Moved


L. phyllopus


Moved


Moved


Moved


Frassed


Frassed


Frassed


Moved tentatively


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Frassed


Moved


Moved tentatively; good call, Vitanza


Moved


Moved


agreed


Moved tentatively


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Frassed


Moved


Moved


Mandy nailed it


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Or maybe...


Moved


Moved


Leptoglossus sp.


Moved


Moved


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Moved


Leptoglossus occidentalis


wait for a real person


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus nymph


Thank you - I thought Leptogl


Leptoglossus oppositus


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus oppositus


Leptoglossus occidentalis


A "Leaf-footed Bug"...


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Thank you, Ken


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Moved tentatively


Leaf-footed Bug (Coreidae) nymph


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus oppositus


Leaf-footed Bug (Coreidae) nymph


Leptoglossus


Moved


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Leptoglossus oppositus


It looks different because it's a nymph


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Tachinid Eggs


Leptoglossus nymph


Leptoglossus sp.


Leptoglossus nymph


This may be


Leptoglossus sp


Could very well be L. occidentalis...


Leptoglossus nymph


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Coreid nymph


Leaf-footed Bug nymph


Thank you Ken


Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus sp.


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Not a kissing bug :)


Leptoglossus occidentalis


It looks for me to "Western C


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Moved


Check Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus zonatus


Moved


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus clypealis


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus clypealis


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Not a beetle


They can feed on most plants that have juices


Leptoglossus occidentalis diet


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Moved


Moved


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus looks right


bug nymph


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


looks good -- thanks again, Jason!


Moved


What a coincidence, I put one on too


Beats me ...


Going simply by the shape of the tibial extensions...


I will suggest...


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Unfortunate angle, but...


Thank you, Ken.


Leptoglossus occidentialis


leptoglossus


id request


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Moved


Could be one of...


Leptoglossus nymph…


Leptoglossus, I reckon


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Leptoglossus sp.


Leptoglossus sp.


Moved


Leaf-footed Bug (Coreidae) hatchlings


resembles Leptoglossus oppositus


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Leptoglossus sp


Not Acanthocephala


leaf footed bug


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Leptoglossus zonatus


Moved


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Leaf-footed Bugs (Coreidae)


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Moved


Leptoglossus nymph, methinks


Leptoglossus brevirostris…


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus oppositus...


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Leptoglossus oppositus


Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus oppositus...


Leptoglossus nymph


Leaf-footed bug?


Looks like


Leptoglossus zonatus nymph…


Leptoglossus zonatus


Leaf-footed bug - Leptoglossus sp.


Moved


Thanks


Leptoglossus occidentalis nymph, methinks


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Leptoglossus phyllopus nymphs…


Moved


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Leptoglossus clypealis…


Yes - Leptoglossus clypealis…


Leptoglossus ?oppositus?


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Moved


Moved


Moved


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Yes, probably


Moved


Moved


right family


Leptoglossus phyllopus nymphs…


Leptoglossus phyllopus (Linnaeus), female


Moved


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Leptoglossus clypealis…


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Moved


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Looks more like


the color does fit


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus clypealis - Western Leaf-footed Bug


Moved


Leptoglossus clypealis…


yup, Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Yes


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus oppositus


Leptoglossus i.d.


Moved


Eggs


Yes, Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Leptoglossus oppositus


Moved


Leptoglossus fulvicornis


Leptoglossus fulvicornis…


Looks like a Leaf footed bug,


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus oppositus…


double amputee... maybe a Leptoglossus?


take a look at


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Leptoglossus nymph…


Coreidae, possibly Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Leptoglossus zonatus


Leptoglossus occidentalis


That would make sense, Ken. L


Coreidae


Yes


Leptoglossus nymphs…


Leaf-footed Bug (Coreidae)


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus zonatus


Leptoglossus clypealis…


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Moved for expert attention


Looks like...


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Leptoglossus zonatus nymphs


.


.


Moved


Moved


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Take a look at..


Take a look at...


Yup, I saw this


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Maybe...


Moved


Leptoglossus occidentalis?


Leptoglossus, i'm afraid


.


Coreidae (Leaf-footed bugs)


Leptoglossus oppositus


Not an assassin


Moved


I had no idea


Woau!


Moved for expert attention.


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Moved


I would have to go with...


Leptoglossus occidentalis


western conifer seed bug


Looks like Leptoglossus clypealis


Moved for expert attention.


Moved


V mark on head make me think of...


Moved


Leptoglossus; location data needs correction


It surely looks like a Leptog


Leptoglossus phyllopus, i presume


Moved


Moved


Moved for expert attention.


A Leaf-footed bug


Moved


Leptoglossus clypealis?


I took the liberty of cropping your pic.


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leptoglossus oppositus


A Leaf-footed Bug


A Leaf-footed Bug


Western Conifer Seed Bug?


yes


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Coreid nymph


Leptoglossus phyllopus nymph…


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Kinda' looks like a Western Leaf-footed Bug to me...


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Leptoglossus zonatus?


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Maybe...


Leaf-footed bug


Red bug with 6 black legs in garden


Leptoglossus phyllopus ...


Leptoglossus phyllopus


This is a nymphal Leaf-footed Bug.


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Leptoglossus occidentalis


I would guess...


Some eggs on Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Leptoglossus oppositus


The bug is the


Leptoglossus clypealis


doesn't look like a coreid, let alone Leptoglossus


I would have to go with...


leptoglossus zonatus


Moved


Leptoglossus fulvicornis…


Leptoglossus nymph, I expect


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Agree with you two


Leptoglossus zonatus


Leptoglossus oppositus…


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Yes, Leptoglossus occidentalis


Another Leptoglossus occidentalis


Certainly another (and maybe better) possibility


Moved


Leptoglossus looks right


Coreid nymph…


Leptoglossus zonatus…


Leptoglossus oppositus, i suppose


Moved


Eggs in line on a Magnolia


Eggs in line on Magnolia


Leptoglossus occidentalis


Coreid for sure...


Thanks for the correction


Leaf-footed Bugs, rather.


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Coreid eggs…


Leptoglossus zonatus


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Agree with Leptoglossus...


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus ashmeadi...


Leptoglossus, I suspect


Moved


Moved


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus nymphs…


bug


Leptoglossus


Moved


Moved


Moved


Sorry about that


Yes


Moved


Moved


Moved


Leaf-footed Bug nymph


Leptoglossus clypealis…


Ken- thank you for having pro


Moved


I don't think so


Leptoglossus clypealis


Maybe a Leptoglossus phyllopus?


Leptoglossus ashmeadi


looks to be Leptoglossus ashmeadi; nice bug


among Heteroptera,


I am no expert by far so I ma


antennal design rules out assassin bugs


Yep


Not Leptoglossus


I am thinking...


I will suggest...


Leaf-footed Bug nymphs


Possible clue


Please see...


Leptoglossus Zonatus


Moved


Coreid nymphs


I cropped your photo for closer view


Moved


Not an expert ID


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Different folks do things different ways :)


leaf footed bug


My guess


Moved


Moved


Moved


I took the liberty of linking your images


Moved


Leaf-footed Bug nymph


Moved


Moved


Leptoglossus species


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Right genus, wrong species.


harmless just comming in from the cold


Moved


Take a look at


Leptoglossus oppositus ?


Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus


How about...


Leaf-footed Bug of some kind


Try this...


Can anyone confirm?


Yeah, although I


How about...


Not an expert but...


Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus, I think.


Leptoglossus species.


Moved


Nymphs are tough...


Leptoglossus.


Leptoglossus clypealis?


Please see...


Leaffooted Bug nymph


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus zonatus (Leaf-Footed Bug)


Leptoglossus looks right to me.


Leptoglossus fulvicornis, a coreid


Not an assassin bug. A Leaf-


The Coreid looks like


Not an expert...


Looks like


Looks like


I would go with...


Moved


Looks like


this one looks more like Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus


I have no idea,


just for the sake of comparison


Leaffooted Bug


Coreidae.


Western Conifer Seed Bug


It's a Leaffooted Bug,


Looks like


My opinion


Leptoglossus occidentalis scent


Western Conifer Seed Bug, probably


Western Conifer Seed Bug - Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leaf-footed Bug - Leptoglossus oppositus


Moved


Thoughts


Not an expert but...


Maybe Leptoglossus fulvicornis?


No


Moved


Looks like a Western Conifer Seed Bug - Leptoglossus occidentali


I don't think that fits because the legs


ID seems to be right...


Yes, they are about to overwinter


Yep, Leptoglossus occidentalis


Genus Leptoglossus I think


Leaf-footed Pine Seed Bug?


Looks like a Coreid.


Leaf-footed Bug


Yes, ma'am


Yes.


How about...


Moved


Leptoglossus [not an ass-ass]


Moved


Western Conifer Seed Bug - Leptoglossus occidentalis


Leaf footed nymph


looks like Leptoglossus phyllopus


A match with Leptoglossus zonatus


I would have to go with...


I would agree with...


Oh my gosh, I googled Leptogl


Please see...


Leaf-footed bug eggs (Coreidae)


Coreidae.


Leptoglossus


Moved


Not an expert but...


Yes, Leptoglossus phyllopus


Moved


nymph of a leaf-footed bug - Yes


Coreidae of some sort


Western Conifer Seed Bug


looks like Western Conifer Seed Bug to me


Leaf-footed bug eggs (Coreidae)


I'm NOT an expert


Not an expert but...


looks like Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus image


If you search on Leptoglossus here


I concur


Leptoglossus phyllopus i believe


Agreed. I've viewed several [


Leaf-footed bug eggs (Coreidae)


White dots...


Straight line...


Interesting.


Leaffooted bug


Not an expert but...


Moved


Not Acanthocephala


I would agree with Andy...


Leptoglossus (L. phyllopus, i suppose)


The Egg Has Not Hatched


Why Red Bull?


Cool


To avoid misunderstandings:


This is a...


Not an expert but...


I didn't mean to say it's not Narnia


Narnia.


Hi Margarethe


Please take a look at...


Leptoglossus phyllopus…


Not an expert either but...


Leaffooted Bugs


Correct.


neither -- a Leptoglossus


From this image...


Leptoglossus gonagra, i suppose


I would say...


Firewood indoors?


Leaf-footed bug eggs (Coreidae)


Looks right!


a coreid, rather: check Leptoglossus


I agree.


Frassed


This is a...


Frassed


Frassed


Moved


Western Conifer Seed Bug?


Moved


My first thought...


Ron, please take a look at...


Maybe something near


Leptoglossus sp.


Nymph, Leptoglossus sp.


Take a look at...


Leptoglossus sp.


Western conifer seed bug.


Coreidae


Leptoglossus oppositus


Leptoglossus zonatus is a good match


yes, can be moved to Leptoglossus phyllopus page


Yes.


Please see


Please see


Western Conifer Seed Bugs


Yes, Leptoglossus


Leaf-footed bug nymphs


Yes, but not L. occidentalis.


ID


Coreids


Leptoglossus


Definitely leaf-footed


Just a suggestion...


I just ran across this image...


Moving...


Leaf-footed bugs


Not an expert but...


Not an expert but...


Leptoglossus clypealis


Leaf-footed bug nymphs


Leptoglossus zonatus


Feeding.


Looks very similar to Leptoglossus


Moved


We have some similar eggs in the guide


Coreidae.


Leptoglossus phyllopus


L. clypealis?


I'll go further and say Leptoglossus nymphs


Looks like


Leptoglossus clypealis on yucca blossom


Not an ID but


Great find!


Agreed


ID


Looks like


Mine are only guesses...


Moved


Moved


Leptoglossus oppositus


Leptoglossus fulvicornis


Frassed


Frassed


Ron-Thanks! Renamed and moved


I would agree...


Looks like


Misled . . .


Hmm


They feed on seeds.


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Dallacoris?


I don't know


A little off


Leptoglossus phyllopus, I'd say


I question the ID of this one


Sorry to interrupt the photo discussion : )


Yes, Coreidae


Yes.


I would say this is an Acanthocephala nymph


Zonatis vs. occidentalis


identification


Because of yellowish spots on pronotum . . .


Looks like


I think this is actually a


yep!


leaffooted bug nymph


That looks good


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Leptoglossus.


Yes, a leaf-footed bug nymph


Leaf-footed bug.


You are right -


Moved


Narnia, perhaps


Because of host plant


Not assassin.


Coreidae.


another wild guess:


Leptoglossus


Wow, nice close-ups


Not Wheel Bug, juvenile Leaf-footed bugs


Very juvenile Leptoglossus, I think


Leptoglossus phyllopus -


Well....


Leaffooted Bug


Looks more like Leptoglossus, leaffooted bug


Leaf-footed bug


ID


Moved


Moved


New species for the guide?


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


different genus?


Moved


Moved


I'm still uncertain of some of them


Moved


Western Conifer Seed Bug (Leptoglossus occidentalis)


Huh?


L. occidentalis.


I've heard these called stink bugs, too.


Leptoglossus... ?


Leptoglossus adults are fairly consistent


You're right


Coreid nymph I think


I agree, it's a Coried


I'm no expert


Yes.


Yes, Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus phyllopus


Leptoglossus occidentalis, I believe -


Reduviidae?


Nymph of western conifer seed bug.


Thank


This is a Western Conifer Seed Bug


Leptoglossus oppositus


Moved


Moved


Moved


Yes, I think so.


Coreidae.


Western Conifer Seed Bug


Definitely Lepotoglossus


This is Leptoglossus clypealis


Leptoglossus clypealis, I believe


Moved


Yes, I agree


I'm moving this to Leptoglossus for now


This is in the genus Leptoglossus


Leptoglossus


Actually, not assassins -


Perhaps


Hannah, I have another pic.


Not A. declivis


Looks like a Leptoglossus sp.


Confirmed:-)


Leptoglossus clypealis (Coreidae)


leaf footed bug?


Maybe you could narrow it down


Coreidae


Leptoglossus clypealis (Coreidae)


Thanks - appreciate the info.


Yes.


By the teeth on the angular pronotum


Hi Linda!


Yes, Coreidae.


Leptoglossus phylloppus


Leptoglossus clypealis (Coreidae)


Interesting!


I vote for L. gonagra, too.


I've just been looking at the Leptoglossus key


Leptoglossus oppositus


Wow!


Definitely Leptoglossus


Reminds us of


Moving


...


I agree.


partly correct


famous in homes overwintering


L. occidentalis.


Probably L. occidentalis


L. oppositus.


Leptoglossus occidentalis.


I'd check with a researcher.


It's Eastern Leaf-footed Bug


leafooted


Leptoglossus occidentalis, Western Conifer Seed Bug


I was illustrating these mouthparts for someone else recently


I have a key.


Looks like it to me,


Western conifer seed bug.


Hmmm....


different genus?


very interesting


Leptoglossus


Leaf-footed bug


Leaf-footed bug


Leptoglossus


Leaf-footed bug with Tachinid fly eggs


Western conifer seed bug


I'm still wondering about this one


Leptoglossus occidentalis?


Looks like...


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