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Black-banded Pentatomid - Chinavia hilaris

Black-banded Pentatomid - Chinavia hilaris
South Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
July 30, 2008
At lights in a small mesic patch, under oaks, willows, and pecan...

Don't know if the band is an anomaly or diagnostic... Anyone? Thanks, Mike

Moved
Moved from Stink Bugs.

Acrosternum hilare
you're right: the black band is some kind of 'artifact', an anomaly

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Moved from True Bugs.

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