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Photo#209131
stink bug nymph - Murgantia histrionica

stink bug nymph - Murgantia histrionica
altamonte springs, seminole County, Florida, USA
August 2, 2008
Anyway to find out what species????

You just did! Harlequin bug.
Adults and juveniles here:



(This California version has more black than others.)

 
oh wow, so this is and adult.
oh wow these guys are pretty cool loking. I kept this little guy so hopefully I'll get to watch him grow. My wander is what kinda stuff to have in there for it to feed on???

 
Yours is still a nymph - last instar
It will moult one more time, at which time it will have the full wings of an adult.

 
how long do you guys approx.
how long do you guys approx. before this little guy moults again? Weeks maybe???

 
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