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Wee Harlequin (Cosmopepla bimaculata) - Cosmopepla lintneriana

Wee Harlequin (Cosmopepla bimaculata) - Cosmopepla lintneriana
Fergus Falls, Ottertail County, Minnesota, USA
I am wondering if I have identified this bug correctly. If so, then I can take care of them since they will digest my flowering plants by injection of digestive enzymes and then sucking out the juices.

Moved
Moved from Stink Bugs.

Moved
Moved from True Bugs.

Your ID is correct
though the size you give (5cm) should surely be 5mm (see guide). I've had these in my yard and never noticed much damage from them, though.

 
Thanks Hannah. Yep, my brain
Thanks Hannah. Yep, my brain whacked out, I can even remember telling myself to say millimeters and not centimeters.

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