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Photo#117114
Pentatomid Nymph - Podisus

Pentatomid Nymph - Podisus
Brandywine, Prince George's County, Maryland, USA
June 10, 2007
Size: medium-small
Any idea who the little diner might be?
(Podisus, prey)

Moved
Moved from Podisus.

Moved

Moved
Moved from True Bugs.

 
As best as we can tell
from staring at dozens of images online, these are 4th instars of the darker Podisus nymphs.

Ladybeetle larva
I am surprised that it lost the battle, I thought that ladybeetles were ferocius hunters, but then again, they only hunt aphids that may be easier to kill than stink bugs.
Very curious crime scene anyways.

I saw one of these the other
I saw one of these the other day and was wondering what it was.

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