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Photo#237535
Pentatomidae -? - Chlorochroa osborni

Pentatomidae -? - Chlorochroa osborni
6 miles north of Texhoma, Texas County, Oklahoma, USA
September 27, 2008

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Pentatomidae -? - Chlorochroa osborni Pentatomidae -? - Chlorochroa osborni

Moved
Moved from Chlorochroa.

Moved

Chlorochroa (Rh.) osborni, more likely
[i'll try to have it checked]

 
Chlorochroa (Rhytidolomia) osborni
Joe Eger det.

fresh idea: Chlorochroa (Rhytidolomia) belfragii
a bold call: Ch.(Rh.) belfragii is a rare bug not reported from OK, accg. to McPherson, 1982 -- but it keys just fine

 
Having trouble
with couplet 21: beak 2 and 3 usually subequal (2 is noticeably longer than 3). I wish I could see if there is a small projection on venter 2.

 
Moving to species until other
Moving to species until otherwise contradicted

looks like


but it has not been IDed.

yup... (Thyanta comes to mind)
*

 
Originally I thought
it might be a Thyanta but couldn't find a comparable image and the tip of the scutellum is dilated like that of Dendrocoris.

Great photo of a great bug
...actually it looks more like wooden art -- maple with oak and mahogany inlay :)

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