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Bug - Largus succinctus

Bug - Largus succinctus
Kill Devil Hills, Dare County, North Carolina, USA
October 20, 2007
Size: approx. 12 mm.
Not sure what species, but it looks similar to a boxelder bug. Not sure what that whitish dot is either.

Largus succinctus
Merrill Sweet det.

Moved from Largus.


Maybe Bordered Plant Bug (Largidae)
I would have a look in Bordered Plant Bugs (Largidae)


And white spot
is the egg of a parasite, probably a Tachnid fly such as Trichopoda.

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