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Photo#153053
Genus Apateticus - Apoecilus cynicus

Genus Apateticus - Apoecilus cynicus
Creek County, Oklahoma, USA
June 1, 2005
This was a rather large stink bug.

Apoecilus cynicus (Say)
Donald Thomas det.

Moved from Apateticus.

Moved

Stink Bug
I'm not certain which species.

 
stink bug
Thank you...I think it is a Brown Marmorated stink bug.

 
Not, Brown Marmorated Stink Bug
Not Halyomorpha - antennae different and single-pointed spines on the shoulders not present on Halymorpha. It may be Genus Apateticus, see Photo#70834 in this BugGuide.
It also resembles Genus Podisus.

 
A stink bug
I feel it looks more like the Genus Apateticus after looking at your photo. I'll change the name. Thank you for your help.

 
I agree.
Apateticus are much larger than Podisus, but otherwise look very similar. Neat find!

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