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Negro Bug - Cydnoides renormatus

Negro Bug - Cydnoides renormatus
Sand Springs, Osage County, Oklahoma, USA
March 8, 2009
Size: 4mm (5/32")
Please help with ID.

Joe Eger: "I think this is Cydnoides renormatus"
Moved from Cydnoides ciliatus.

Cydnoides ciliatus (Uhler 1863)
Moved from Negro Bugs.

Negro Bug
Thyreocoridae. It may be determinable to genus.

Also an adult
The wings are just hard to see because of that big scutellum.

Shield back bug?????

Crap! Sorry!

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