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Boxelder Bug (?) - Boisea trivittata

Boxelder Bug (?) - Boisea trivittata
Cabin John Regional Park, Montgomery County County, Maryland, USA
November 8, 2015
This image matches https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boxelder_bug
which indicates they are seen "well into summer and early fall." I don't consider November to be early fall, especially as the temperature was below 60 F today. If this is a Boxelder bug, is it unusual to see them in November?

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Yes, Eastern Boxelder Bug
As long as the temperatures are above freezing, you'll see them as they look for places to spend the winter.

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