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Mugwort Stink Bug - Agonoscelis puberula

Mugwort Stink Bug - Agonoscelis puberula
End of Sisar Rd, Upper Ojai, Ventura County, California, USA
August 18, 2008
Size: 6 mm
This attractive bug was found on the streamside herb, mugwort, Artemisia tridentata.

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Mugwort Stink Bug - Agonoscelis puberula Mugwort Stink Bug - Agonoscelis puberula

Agonoscelis puberula Stål -- D.B. Thomas det.

Moved
Moved from Stink Bugs.

stink
perhaps Prionosoma podopioides? i can not say i know much about pentatomids though...

 
ID
Thanks for the attention. If there are no challengers, I will move it at least to Prionosoma.

 
This looks like a Heather Bug
This looks like a Heather Bug (Rhacognathus punctatus)to me: http://www.biolib.cz/en/taxonimage/id102962/

 
stink
i think Prionosoma is monotypic... i still do not know that is the correct genus though...

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