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Hemipteran ID request - Pseudatomoscelis seriatus

Hemipteran ID request - Pseudatomoscelis seriatus
Sun City Center Nature Trail, Hillsborough County, Florida, USA
February 7, 2017
Size: 1-2 mm
On hatpin/pipewort sp. The flower head is ~4 mm.

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Hemipteran ID request - Pseudatomoscelis seriatus Hemipteran ID request - Pseudatomoscelis seriatus

Moved
Moved from Plant Bugs.

 
Thank you all, and...
now, is this a nymph of this species?
Observed nearby, same day.

Moved
Moved from True Bugs.

Moved

Looks like a plant bug (Miridae)...
Except I'm not making out a cuneus. But the cells in the membranous part of the forewing look like Miridae.

 
Thanks Joseph
I've added another image from another shot that was a bit sharper on the wing tips.

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