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Anasa tristis (?) and Nymphs - Mozena lunata - female

Anasa tristis (?) and Nymphs - Mozena lunata - Female
San Antonio, Bamberger Park, Bexar County, Texas, USA
October 8, 2006
Is this the Squash Bug Anasa tristis? The nymphs were cute with their bicolour appearance, red up front and green behind.

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Anasa tristis (?) and Nymphs - Mozena lunata - female Anasa tristis (?) and Nymphs - Mozena lunata - female

Moved
Moved from Mozena.

No.
This is a female Mozena and her offspring. Great shot! Shows this genus has parental care as apparently many Pentatomoidea do.

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