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Photo#157674
Mirid - Agnocoris - female

Mirid - Agnocoris - Female
Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
November 20, 2007
Size: ~ 5.5 mm
Not sure which this. Keys to the Capsinae subfamily. Maybe Neolygus or Lygus.

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Mirid - Agnocoris - female Mirid - Agnocoris - female

Moved
Moved from Plant Bugs.

Please move to the genus (Agnocoris) page,
if no opposition. ^^

If its neck is not naturally long,...
please compare with



focusing on its antenna.

Don't think it's Lygus
Lygus has a sort of ivory "Y" or triangle, just above where the wings meet. (Pretty sure I got this info from Eric.)

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