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Mirid? - Apolygus lucorum

Mirid? - Apolygus lucorum
Harms Woods Forest Preserve, Glenview, Cook County, Illinois, USA
July 12, 2007
Size: ~5mm
This lighter colored one was on a different leaf of the same plant. Is it a more recently eclosed individual?

prob. Apolygus lucorum (Meyer-Dür 1843) -- det. M.D. Schwartz
Moved tentatively from Plant Bugs.

Moved from True Bugs.

All mirids
This one doesn't seem as pubescent as the other two. Maybe different species. Its good you included host plant, it will help when someone gets around to IDing these.

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