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Another Lygaeid... - Kleidocerys franciscanus

Another Lygaeid... - Kleidocerys franciscanus
8 mi. SE Cle Elum -Taneum Canyon, Kittitas County, Washington, USA
September 18, 2018
Size: ~ 3 mm end of abdomen
Results from using a Beating sheet on branches. Believe this another Lygaeid? Confirmation, correction, and further placement would be appreciated.

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Another Lygaeid... - Kleidocerys franciscanus Another Lygaeid... - Kleidocerys franciscanus Another Lygaeid... - Kleidocerys franciscanus

awesome -- thanks for the addition!
keys out cozily -- you can see the short muzzle... the preocular part of the head, that is

Moved from Seed Bugs.

Moved
Moved from True Bugs.

Definitely a Lygaeid...
...and I'd say it looks like another Kleidocerys. However, I haven't found any others in the Guide that are this pale.

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