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Green Stink Bug (Acrosternum hilare) Eggs and First Instars - Chinavia hilaris

Green Stink Bug (Acrosternum hilare) Eggs and First Instars - Chinavia hilaris
Ozark Mountains, Searcy County, Arkansas, USA
July 10, 2007

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And if you look at the later instars Crispin has linked to his, I think Acrosternum hilare is a good bet.

 
Acrosternum hilare
The images on the Guide Info pages and the University of Arkansas PDF support this conclusion. Thank you.

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