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True bug - Melacoryphus rubicollis

True bug - Melacoryphus rubicollis
Tonto National Forest, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
December 6, 2008

Melacoryphus rubicollis Uhler
Merrill Sweet det.

Moved from Melacoryphus.

Moved
Moved from Seed Bugs.

Melacoryphus, i believe
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Moved
Moved from True Bugs.

pls move to the lygaeid family page
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Peter Bryant posted one of these from California
see but it hasn't been ID'd yet. It looks closer to a Neacoryphus with that red collar than to Jadera . We'll be watching to see what suggestions you get. Nice capture - especially with the nymph!

 
Thanks for the help
and insight John and Jane. I'll cross my fingers and hope Peter's gets ID'd!

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