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Descriptions of six new species of Miridae from Eastern North America (Hemiptera, Miridae)


Schuh, R.T. 2002-2013. On-line Systematic Catalog of Plant Bugs (Insecta: Heteroptera: Miridae).


Miridae North America (Discover Life's IDnature guide)


Skipper L. (2003-2012) Danmarks Blomstertæger


Plant Bug Planetary Biodiversity Inventory


Revision of the New World Plagiognathus


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Descriptions of a new genus and eleven new species of North American Miridae (Hemiptera)


Review of the genus Ilnacora Reuter with descriptions of ten new species (Hemiptera, Miridae)


A new orthotyline plant bug genus and species (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae) from Arizona, USA


Key to species of Oncerometopus with descriptions of five new species (Hemiptera, Miridae)


Descriptions of seven new Paracalocoris with keys to the Nearctic species and varieties (Hemiptera, Miridae).


Myrmecomorphic Miridae on mistletoe: Phoradendrepulus myrmecomorphus, n. gen., n. sp., & redescr. of Pilophoropsis brachypterus


Descriptions of thirty new species and two new genera of North American Miridae (Hemiptera)


New species of Neoborus and Xenoborus (Hemiptera, Miridae)


Henryognathus thomasi, a new genus and new species of Arctostaphylos-feeding plant bug from western North America (Miridae, ...


Proboscidotylus carvalhoi, a new genus and species of sexually dimorphic plant bug from Mexico (Heteroptera: Miridae: ...


New genera and species of North American Miridae (Hemiptera)


Biology of Stethoconus praefectus (Distant) (Heteroptera: Miridae), a newly established predator of the Avocado Lace Bug...


Tropidosteptes forestierae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae: Mirinae): A New Species of Plant Bug Injuring Ornamental Florida ..


The Halticini of the world (Insecta: Heteroptera: Miridae: Orthotylinae): generic reclassification, phylogeny, and host plant as


Plant Bugs, or Miridae (Hemiptera Heteroptera), of Cuba (Faunistica)


Revision of the genus Ambracius Stål, 1860 (Heteroptera: Miridae: Deraeocorinae: Clivinematini), with descriptions of ...


First North American record of the Old World Cylapine Fulvius subnitens Poppius (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae) from Virginia,


Revision and phylogenetic analysis of the Hadronema Group (Miridae, Orthotylinae, Orthotylini), ...


The Hemiptera or sucking insects of Connecticut - Family Miridae (Capsidae)


Commensalism between Ranzovius moerens (Reuter) (Hemiptera: Miridae) and Hololena curta (McCook) (Araneida: Agelenidae)


A new genus Brooksella, near Ilnacora Reuter, with new synonymy and new combinations for 15 species currently placed in...


Oncerometopus atriscutis and Prepops rubruscutellatus: restheniine plant bugs of Apache plume, Fallugia paradoxa


Revision of the New World species of Peritropis Uhler (Heteroptera: Miridae: Cylapinae)


Taxonomy and Evolution of the Orthotyline Genus Lopidea (Heteroptera: Miridae)


Review of the genus Corticoris with descriptions of two new species from Mexico (Hemiptera: Miridae: Isometopinae)


Revision of the genus Lopidea in America north of Mexico (Heteroptera: Miridae: Orthotylinae)


Ecological impacts of the emerald ash borer. Pp. 15-62. In: R.G. Van Driesche (ed.), Biology and Control of Emerald Ash Borer.


New Synonymies And A New Combination In The North American Miridae Hemiptera Heteroptera


Pithanus maerkeli (Herrich-Schaeffer) and Actitocoris signatus Reuter in North America (Hemiptera: Miridae)


Revision of the Ceratocapsine Renodaeus group: Marinonicoris, Pilophoropsis, Renodaeus, and Zanchisme, with...


Revision of the Ceratocapsine Renodaeus group: Marinonicoris, Pilophoropsis, Renodaeus, and Zanchisme, with descriptions of ...


Tropidosteptes pacificus (Van Duzee, 1921), another Nearctic mirid in Europe (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae: Mirinae)


A new genus of mirine plant bugs, Gracilimiris, with three new species from North America (Heteroptera: Miridae)


A revised classification of the Phylinae (Insecta, Heteroptera, Miridae) : arguments for the placement of genera


Resurrection of the genus Parapsallus Wagner (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae: Phylini)


Revision of the Plant Bug Genus Tytthus (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Miridae, Phylinae)


Two new species of Trigonotylus (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae: Stenodemini) from western Canada and northwestern United State


Review of Plesiodema Reuter and a description of a new genus to accommodate Psallus sericeus Heidemann ...


Beckocoris Knight, Nevadocoris Knight, and Lattincoris artemisii, new genus and new species, Asteraceae feeding Phylinae


Melymacra, a new plant bug genus (Heteroptera: Miridae: Orthotylinae) inhabiting manzanita, Arctostaphylos Adanson (Ericaceae)


Revision of the Nearctic Genus Coquillettia Uhler With a Transfer to the Tribe Phylini, the Description of 14 New Species, ...


Two new genera of Phylini, Roburocoris and Viscacoris, from Mexico and the southwestern United States


Proboscidotylus nigrosquamis (Maldonado) (Heteroptera:Miridae:Orthotylinae): New combination and first record for the United


Concerning Cuban Miridae (Insecta: Hemiptera)


Identity of Lygus buchanani Poppius (Heteroptera: Miridae: Mirini): a deletion from the New Zealand fauna


Revision of Leucophoropterini: ...


Revision of the genus Orthocephalus Fieber, 1858 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae: Orthotylinae)


Systematics, Biodiversity, Biogeography, and Host Associations of the Miridae (Insecta: Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Cimicomorpha)


Revision of the Stenodemini with a review of the included genera (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae: Mirinae)


Revision and phylogenetic analysis of the North American genus Slaterocoris Wagner with new synonymy, ...


Resurrection of the Pronotocrepini Knight, with revisions of the Nearctic genera Orectoderus Uhler, Pronotocrepis Knight, and ..


Resurrection of the plant bug genus Pappus Distant, with Clarification of included species (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae)


Revision, phylogenetic, biogeographic, and host analysis of the endemic western North American Phymatopsallus group, ...


Newly recognized synonyms, homonyms, and combinations in the North American Miridae (Heteroptera)


Biology of the plant bugs (Hemiptera: Miridae): pests, predators, opportunists


Orthocephalus saltator Hahn (Het.: Miridae): Corrections of misidentifications and the first authentic report for North America


New Species of Oaxacacoris Schwartz & Stonedahl and Pseudopsallus Van Duzee, and a New Genus, Presidiomiris, from Texas


An annotated list of the plant bugs, or Miridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera), of Kentucky


An annotated list of the Miridae of West Virginia (Hemiptera-Heteroptera)


A revision of the black grass bug genus Irbisia Reuter (Heteroptera: Miridae)


Newly recognized Holarctic and introduced plant bugs in North America (Heteroptera: Miridae)


Miridae (Heteroptera) new to Canada with some taxonomic changes


A systematic study of the subfamily Dicyphinae (Heteroptera: Miridae)


A new key to Paracalocoris with descriptions of eight new species (Hemiptera, Miridae)


New genera and species of conifer-inhabiting phylinae plant bugs from North America (Heteroptera: Miridae)


New genera, new species, new synonyms, and new combinations in North America and Caribbean Phylinae (Heteroptera, Miridae)


Redescription of Strophopoda aprica Van Duzee and the Description of Two New Genera and Five New Species from ...


New genera, new species, and new combinations in western Nearctic Phylini (Heteroptera, Miridae, Phylinae)


New Genera and Species of Oak-Associated Phylini (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae) from Western North America


A new Saileria from eastern United States (Hemiptera: Miridae)


Reevaluation of the plant bug genus Icodema, with descriptions of two new genera to accomodate five Nearctic species


Miridae associated with Pennsylvania conifers 1. Species on arborvitae, false cypress, and juniper


Revision of Europiella Reuter in North America, with the Description of a New Genus (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae)


Review of the Ceratocapsus lutescens group, with descriptions of seven new species from the eastern United States


Descriptions of fifteen new species of Ceratocapsus (Hemiptera, Miridae)


Review of Reuteria Puton 1875, with descriptions of two new species (Hemiptera: Miridae)


Revision of Keltonia and the cotton fleahopper genus Pseudatomoscelis


Diaphnidia Uhler and Diaphnocoris Kelton in North America (Hemiptera: Miridae)


The predaceous and phytophagous plant bugs (Heteroptera: Miridae) found on apple trees in Quebec.


Melanotrichus whiteheadi


Revision of the spider-commensal plant bug genus Ranzovius Distant (Heteroptera; Miridae)


Revision of Phoenicocoris Reuter ...


Genus Neurocolpus Reuter (Heteroptera: Miridae): Taxonomy, economic implications, hosts and phylogenenetic review


Caulotops distanti (Miridae: Heteroptera), A potential Yucca Pest Newly Discovered In the United States


Revision of Tuxedo Schuh (Hemiptera: Miridae: Phylinae)


North American Phytocoris: Eleven New Species from Texas (Heteroptera: Miridae)


Synopsis of the eastern North American species of the plant bug genus Parthenicus ...


Revision of the species of Trigonotylus in North America (Heteroptera: Miridae)


A Synthesis of the Holarctic Miridae (Heteroptera): Distribution, Biology, and Origin, with Emphasis on North America


Synopsis of the Nearctic species of Stenodema Laporte, and description of a new species from western Canada (Hemiptera: Miridae)


Revision and cladistic analysis of the Holarctic genus Atractotomus Fieber (Heteroptera, Miridae, Phylinae)


Revision of the plant bug genus Rhinacloa Reuter with a phylogenetic analysis (Hemiptera, Miridae)


Revision of the New World Pilophorini (Heteroptera, Miridae, Phylinae)


Revision of the plant bug genus Pseudopsallus Van Duzee (Heteroptera: Miridae)


Revision of the mirine genus Phytocoris Fallén (Heteroptera, Miridae) for western North America


Taxonomic review: Miridae of the Nevada test site and the western United States


The Plant Bugs of the Prairie Provinces of Canada: Heteroptera, Miridae


Review of Lygocoris species found in Canada and Alaska (Heteroptera: Miridae)


The Plant Bugs, or Miridae, of Illinois


Plant Bugs on Fruit Crops in Canada. Heteroptera: Miridae.


Revision of the Nearctic species of the genus Lygus Hahn with a review of the Palaearctic species (Heteroptera: Miridae)


Matching comments ranked in order of relevance:

plant bug


Oh, no!


Nymph? - Genus Ilnacora?"


Miridae.


Miridae?


Miridae.


Thanks. AI said it was Mirida


Miridae nymph


Miridae nymph


Thanks -


A plant bug, Miridae


Miridae?


Miridae - note the cuneus.


Appears to be Miridae - clear


A plant bug, family Miridae (


Looks like family Miridae, no


miridae


Perhaps Miridae?


Miridae (Lygus?) plant bug


Looks like a plant bug (Miridae)...


Miridae


Click on the link...


Miridae


Plant bug...... Miridae


the Popeye-style profemora is a good sign of a lygaeoid


Miridae, rather, just based o


Miridae?


Miridae species


Yes, Miridae


Miridae?


Miridae


Ken--


plan bug, a member of Miridae, the largest bug family


Miridae.


Miridae


Miridae.


The bug is in Miridae.


Joe, Maybe Miridae: Trigonoty


Miridae


If you go to the Taxonomy page


With regard to the names of the Genera,


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae?


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Plant Bug (Miridae)?


I like this bug, WHY?


Miridae


Miridae.


Miridae.


"Plant bug", family Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae... possibly Lygus


Family Miridae.


Miridae.


H. bractatus


Probably Miridae


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae


Miridae.


Miridae.


Mirid


Miridae.


Miridae plant bug.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae


I sent out a request..


Miridae


Nabidae or Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


I'd thought Miridae too


Miridae.


Miridae nymph.


Plant Bug - Miridae


Miridae?


Mirid plant bug


Miridae, maybe Lygus


Miridae


Miridae, maybe Lygus


Plant Bug (Miridae)


I know!


Miridae


Moved for expert attention


mid femoral spines


Plant Bug (Miridae) nymph


Moved


Moved


Miridae


Cropped and moved to Miridae


Moved


Miridae... maybe Phytocoris


Moved


Moved


It's a purchase-only article.


Plant Bug (Miridae)


Moved for expert attention


Plant Bug (Miridae) nymph


Moved


Plant Bug (Miridae) nymph


Miridae


It's hard to be sure.


Miridae


Plant Bug (Miridae)


Miridae?


Best guess is...


Moved


The question mark in your title is confusing.


Miridae gen.sp.


Miridae; please add a dorsal view, this one's not good for id


Miridae


As a courtesy to other site visitors...


Plant Bug (Miridae)


Tricky one.


Note the antennae


Miridae


Miridae, probably Stenodemini


Miridae


Miridae


Moved to Miridae for expert attention


Unfortunately...


Miridae


Miridae


Miridae


Miridae


Moved to Miridae for expert attention


Heteroptera for sure.


good call, agreed (not Miridae, though)


Moved to Miridae for expert attention


Moved


Plant Bug (Miridae)


Moved


Best guess would be Miridae...


Plant Bug (Miridae) nymph


Moved


Miridae


Plant bug


Immature Plant Bug (Miridae)


You did post it.


Phytorcoris


Moved


Wow!


Thanks


Miridae


Moved to Miridae for expert attention.


Miridae gen.sp.


Conocephalocoris sp. New genus for BugGuide!


Moved


Moved


Miridae


Miridae


Miridae


Frassed


Miridae to start


Your observations are correct


Cropped and moved for expert attention


It is Noctuocoris fumidus, a


Possibly Miridae


Miridae


Yes, Miridae


More likely Miridae


Miridae


Miridae


Miridae


Miridae; probably Lygus


Plant Bug (Miridae)


Hard to say.


I think you misread Lygus as Largus :)


I think I see a cuneus - so m


Miridae


Plant Bugs


Eggs


Neurocolpus sp.


Miridae?


Miridae


Miridae


Looks like a miridae ..


Hmm indeed.


Yes, Miridae


Neurocolpus


Miridae


Moved


Miridae


Miridae


Moved


Oh !!


Moved


Miridae


Moved for expert attention


Miridae


Plant Bug (Miridae) nymphs


There are ant-mimicing Miridae ...


Miridae


Miridae


Plant Bug (Miridae)


bug


Family Miridae - Plant Bugs


If you're not certain of the genus...


Are you sure?


Lygus, Tarnished Plant bug po


Moved for expert attention


Miridae


Miridae


Looks to be...


Miridae looks right...


Moved


Miridae gen.sp.


Adult Miridae


Miridae


Miridae


Miridae


Miridae


Coreid


Pilophorus


Miridae


Miridae


Paraproba cincta


Plant Bug (Miridae)


Miridae


Miridae


Miridae


Miridae


Neurocolpus sp.


Lygus


Miridae, something in Lopidea genus


Plant Bug (Miridae)


Plant Bug (Miridae)


Paraxenetus guttulatus


Good call, Ken!


Moved to Miridae for expert attention


Small, small world!


Miridae


Plant Bug (Miridae)


Miridae


Plant Bug (Miridae)


Moved to Miridae for expert attention


bug, not beetle


Second view confirms Miridae


Moved to Miridae for expert attention


Any other angles?


Miridae


Miridae


I used the Advanced Search function...


Plant Bug (Miridae) nymph


Miridae


Cropped and moved to Miridae for expert attention


Miridae


Moved to Miridae for expert attention


.


Moved to Miridae for expert attention


Moved to Miridae for expert attention


Cropped and moved for expert attention


WonGun looks in Miridae...


Thanks!


Moved


Yes, nonaphid nymph


return to beginning of next line


Frassed


Yes, it's a jumping spider. :)


Moved for expert attention


This is...


Miridae, no idea beyond that. Neat critter!


Miridae


Did an advanced search...


Miridae


Miridae


Plant Bug - Miridae


Miridae


Miridae


Lygus sp.


miridae


Ozophora picturata


Moved


Not with those antennae


Miridae, I reckon


ant mimicking bug


Stenotus binotatus, methinks


Moved


miridae


Harmostes serratus; not related to 'plant bugs' (Miridae)


Some partial life cycles


Miridae


The images are yours...


I keyed this out..


miridae


Bug (Miridae)


Your image has been moved to the Miridae page...


Moved for expert attention


Moved


Miridae


Just put them on the Miridae page.


Many thanks for all of your


Probably in Miridae


Miridae


Thanks


It's been identified as a Mirid...


Perhaps ...


Miridae?


Miridae


Miridae


assassin / mirid help


Miridae


Miridae


Miridae


Looks more like


Not sure what you mean...


miridae


Rhopalidae


miridae


Miridae, I presume


miridae


My guess would be


Moved to Eastern Grass-tubeworm Moth


Miridae


Miridae


Hemiptera


Miridae


Cropped and moved for expert attention


Miridae, I think


yes, Miridae


Moved


Arhyssus sp.; not related to Miridae


Welcome to BugGuide


Not a wasp...


Not a wasp...


Moved


Liorhyssus hyalinus


Interesting


antennae, ocelli, hemelytra, and metatibia...


Miridae


Seems I've seen something similar before -


Well....


Miridae


Cropped and moved for expert attention


Mirid plant bug?


Miridae


Miridae... any other angles?


not related to Miridae


-


It's a 'plant bug'


Give it a little time :)


Thank you


Moved for expert attention


not related to Miridae, as far as bugs go


way off...LOL


Blow Up Added


Halticus (Miridae)


Halticus (Miridae)


MDS confirms the ID and says,


Miridae


True Bug


Not Miridae, but Rhopalidae.


Actually


Very likely Coquillettia insignis


Plant bug


Unknown Family Miridae Species


Miridae, but probably diff. subfamily; thinking, Deraeocoris


Miridae (Plant bugs)


both antennae and hemelytra rule Miridae out


Euphorinae: Peristemus


Hmmm.


Nysius


thanks, Aaron.


updated again in 2012


Miridae - plant bug


This has wings and thus is an adult


antennae & wings never look like this in Miridae


Miridae


Not a plant bug (Miridae)


Thanks for the effort, Ken.


Miridae


Miridae


M.D. Schwartz: "NOT Labopella claripennis Knight."


Link to PDF


The move itself is your pointer :)


Moved for expert attention


Suspect not


I'd begin in Miridae


Neurocolpus sp.


Miridae


Miridae is certainly a possibility...


Looks like


Plant bug


not a beetle


nice series! the bug looks like a Phytocoris to me


It does, thanks


re: Miridae


Immature heteropteran


A plant bug, Miridae:


I heard that subspecies in Miridae are mostly invalid.


bug with vestiture on antenna base but proximate part of antenna


followup: a note from Dr Henry


Thanks for the help.


Miridae?


cross-kingdom: Hadronema


It looks similar


Here are some adventive species in Miridae.


yes; pls move to Miridae for expert att'n


pls move to Miridae


pls move to Miridae


Thanks


Thanks


pls move it Miridae


pls move to Miridae for further ID


pls move to Miridae


pls move it to Miridae for WonGun


Moved


Miridae


Plant bug


Miridae


Moved


Plant Bug (Miridae)


Daraeocoris


sure


Neotypes


Miridae: Neurocolpus nubilus group


V, thanks for the correction.


Moved


Moved


Plant Bug, Miridae


Miridae, I believe.


Moved


Miridae - Plant Bug...


Miridae, yes.


It must be this one


nice series; pls move to Miridae for Kim's att'n


Miridae [Deraeocoris] Nymph?


pls move to Miridae


That's what I meant


Miridae, I think.


Not an ant!


'plant bugs' in the fam. Miridae


Miridae.


looks like a Plant Bug, Miridae


looks like an immature Plant Bug, Family Miridae


Stenotus binotatus


Plant Bug, Family Miridae


Plant Bug, Family Miridae


pls move it to Miridae for WonGun


#102574 Identification – Myrmeleontidae sp. (the antlion larva


Miridae [plant bug]


Not a beetle.


Miridae: Stenodemini, i'd say


Not a beetle


Miridae, I presume


Yes, mirid bug...


Miridae.


After browsing Miridae...


Plant bug.


Moved


Miridae: Lygus


Family Miridae


Wish I could figure out


Miridae, I presume.


pls move to Miridae for faster ID


Moved


Antennae are wrong for plant/leafhopper...


Miridae.


Myriad of Miridae options...


Darn it!


ok, thanx


Sorry! Xxx gen. means it's on


not a beetle


Jason--


You can find out


ArtEmisia, i guess; pls move it to Miridae for Kim's att'n


for Ohio...


nope.


move to Miridae for our Kim -- he might have a clue


plant bugs (Miridae)


please move to the Miridae page to expedite ID


pls move to Miridae


From what I can tell...


As to the taxonomic reference question


Yes a true bug


pls move to Miridae for Kim


pls move it to Miridae family page to get an ID


pls move to Miridae page for enhanced expert exposure


Moved


Lygus sp.


True bug nymph


Garden Fleahopper


Beautiful photos


Miridae -- Merrill Sweet det.


Miridae [Deraeocoris] -- Merrill Sweet det.


Miridae -- Merrill Sweet det.


Miridae [Fulvius?] -- Merrill Sweet det.


move to Miridae pls, where our expert will see it


It's a plant bug (Miridae) in the genus Agnocoris.


Identification...


Plant Bug


it is


Moving -


Not an ID -


Nymph


Plant Bug


look among Miridae


Miridae?


Moved


It's Pseudoxenetus regalis in Miridae...


Yep!


diff. family (Miridae)


Orthotylinae in Miridae


Not an expert, but I'd say Mi


thrue bug nymph (fam. Miridae)


Irbisia sp. in Miridae


It's a Prepops sp., a plant bug (Miridae).


Oncerometopus nigriclavus in Miridae...


Thanks.


Yes.


There are some ant-mimic tribes in Miridae.


Info page


Lygus sp. in Miridae


Many similar looking images


Thanks


mirid?


Nice catch!


Looks like Irbisia in Miridae...


Miridae


a predatory plant bug (Miridae) eating a midge


Thanks Ron!


adult plant bug (Miridae)


Sorry again...


BTW


Phytocoris?


One of the


Please move to the family (Miridae) or subfamily page


Email


Oops


A guide or a museum and frassing


Are there any other Mirids or Mirid nymphs


It's definitely Polymerus (Miridae)


the first


Bryocorinae (Miridae)


Info


I Agree


I think it's a Deraeocoris species in Miridae...


So...


Miridae, Taedia...


Miridae.


Proposal


That's a good idea...


Proposal


I vigorously support John's idea


Agree


Thank you all!


Oops! I missed... For Miridae


Thanks, WonGun.


look like


Not Miridae.


I'm interested in Mirids


Not sure


yes, Miridae


Miridae sp.


pls move to Miridae family page


pls move to Miridae family page


pls move to Miridae family page


pls move to Miridae family page


pls move to Miridae family page


great pic! can be safely moved to Miridae


can be safely moved to Miridae


Miridae, yes


Miridae.


Miridae


Dicyphus (Miridae)


I'm not sure but


Plant bug.


a plant bug (Miridae)


Plant bug.


Phylum Arthropoda - Arthropod


Not a stink bug...


Miridae.


Miridae.


Stenodema trispinosa


Miridae


Looks like


Some of these are posted in the guide to


Miridae


Looks like one of the


Miridae


No, not stink bug.


a plant bug (Miridae)


Don't think


Plant bug


Size?


Miridae?


Not small milkweed


Miridae


Yes, Miridae


Yes, Miridae.


I would say


One of


Miridae


Miridae


Miridae


Miridae


yes, Miridae


Miridae


Miridae [maybe Phytocoris?]


Miridae


Yes


Looks like


Not a beetle.


Pilophorus, a true bug


A bug


Miridae - but then?


Alfafa plant bug?


Me too


Miridae.


Miridae [Heteroptera]


Looks like one of the


Pretty!


ID


ID


May be a small bug on milkweed -


I agree, I can't wait to see the adult too...


Miridae.


Miridae


a member of Miridae


a subadult member of Miridae


Yes


Based on the eggs,


true bug nymphs


Miridae nymphs


miridae


This is


Yes, Miridae.


Miridae


Yes, Miridae.


ID


Miridae sp.


Miridae.


Maybe


We have some similar images


I would look near


Plant bug


Maybe one of the


Looks like one of the


Adult mirid.


Miridae.


Thanks!


Looks like


Hmmmm...


belongs in Miridae as well.


belongs in Miridae


plant bug


Plant Bug (Miridae)


ID


Plant bug


Yes.


Yes


Moved


The UMN website shows a


Miridae


Mirid?


Mirid


Uncertain ID


Not Miridae


Yes


We would guess a plant bug


Not an ID


Moved


Miridae.


Miridae anyway:-)


family Miridae


The bent down back


hard to say


Miridae


I doubt the genus


Miridae


It is a plant bug in the


Miridae confirmed


not Phytocoris


:-)


oops sorry -


why?


Plant bug


plant bug (Miridae)


Miridae, yes


yes, Miridae


Miridae, not Lygus


Plant bug


Pilophorus sp. (Miridae)


Miridae


Plant bug


Miridae: Dicyphus


Miridae, yes: Dicyphus


yes


Miridae?


Miridae


Neurocolpus (Miridae) , I think


Miridae on conks?


Not Miridae.


Are any Miridae predatory?


Miridae, yes.


Miridae


Looks to me to be more like [


Miridae.


plant bug (Miridae)


Miridae


Miridae


plant bug nymph


Miridae


plant bug nymphs


Miridae


Miridae


Miridae.


Obviously the time that you have to share


probably same as


No.


Miridae, for sure


bug nymph (Miridae?)


nymph


Welcome!


Ratibida columnaris (Mexican Hat)


Bug!


Miridae:


Miridae.


Miridae something


late instar nymph


Mirid


plant bug (Miridae)


Nymph, probably Miridae.


Yes.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae bug


As small as it is . . .


Miridae.


Miridae


Miridae.


should be


plant bug nymph


No.


When I saw it the second time now . . .


sounds reasonable!


It depends


Grass plant bug


Plant bug


Mirid?


Yes.


Quite similar!


Miridae nymph


Plant bug


Plant bug


Miridae.


Re: Are plant bugs typically found in agricultural areas?


member of tribe Stenodemini


Sure not


genus Deraeocoris, probably


wing pads in Hemiptera


Miridae!


yes, very probably Miridae


belongs in Miridae


nymph, probably of plant bug (Miridae)


plant bug - Miridae


genus is . . .


Plant bug.


not Miridae, but . . .


probably nymph of Miridae


Plant bug


Miridae.


Miridae.


Thanks for the move eric, I s


Miridae.


Miridae.


No.


not Ilnacora malina


Miridae.


Miridae.


Agreed.


Seed Bug (Lygaeidae)


Minute pirate bug...


Yes, Miridae.


What narrows it down to Miridae?


Handsome


Miridae.


Not Miridae:-)


bug


Miridae


Miridae nymph.


Not Miridae:-)


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Thanks


Miridae.


Thanks!


Not Miridae.


probably Lygus species (Miridae)


Not Miridae.


Not Miridae.


Yes, it IS a bug.


True Bug.


Yes, mirid.


Miridae.


plant bug


Um, not beetle:-)


Okay, thanks


Plant bug--Neurocolpus


Not a Beetle


Miridae


Miridae.


Not a Stink Bug


Current Post.


Heteroptera.


Miridae?


Miridae: Labops hirtus


well, good question....


Miridae.


looks similar to


Miridae.


Not Miridae:-)


Plant Bug


Plant Bug


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae?


Miridae: Lygus nymph possibly


Close.


Same here


Wow.


Miridae.


Hoo-boy.


Shape of the antennae...


Miridae nymph.


Miridae.


Miridae.


Miridae.


plant feeder


Stenodema?


Miridae.


Miridae.


Flyntridge?


Moved back


Miridae: Phytocoris sp??


Miridae: Lygocoris sp?


Miridae?


No, not Miridae.


looks like


Looks like a Plant Bug


I agree.


L. pabulinus


P. rubrocuneatus


S. binotatus


image moved...


Miridae


Miridae.


Jumping plant bugs.


Miridae nymph?


Yes.


Meadow plant bug


Attractive, but not a beetle


Similar to


Miridae.


Pseudoxenetus scutellatus


Miridae.


Probably Alydidae.


Parents?


Miridae.


My Guess


Yes, definitely Miridae.


Miridae?


Coquillettia species? (Miridae)


Mirid.


Plant bug nymph


true bug


Plant bug (Miridae)


then again...


Miridae


Plant Bug


Hyaliodes sp. (Miridae)


Not Miridae


Any more images?


Miridae


Mirid plant bug


Miridae: Neurocolpus (likely nubilus)


Tarnished Plant Bug - Lygus lineolaris


Miridae


Miridae?


Nymph of Hemipteran


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