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Photo#136369
Little green bug.. - Chinavia hilaris

Little green bug.. - Chinavia hilaris
Espanola, Algoma District, Ontario, Canada
August 8, 2007
Size: 0.25 in
Same individual except on my tackle box..

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Little green bug.. - Chinavia hilaris Little green bug.. - Chinavia hilaris

Moved
Moved from Green Stink Bug.

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Moved from Stink Bugs.

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Moved from True Bugs.

This is probably a Green Stin
This is probably a Green Stink Bug nymph, although I'm told that is often difficult to distinguish between certain species of Stink Bug nymphs.

 
I agree
Tons and TONS of these have been on my tree since I noticed the first one.. I see them every day, I have also seen their shed skins and the bright green adults as well as various sizes of the colourful guy above.. My tree must be a good spot for them to lay eggs because there are literally hundreds of them, all stages.

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