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Another Little Mirid - Pycnoderes dilatatus

Another Little Mirid - Pycnoderes dilatatus
Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia, USA
June 23, 2009
I'm amazed at how many variations of color and pattern these things come in. Here's another from my patio at night.

Moved from Pycnoderes.

Thanks to both
for ID, compliment and moving. =)

Pycnoderes, i believe
like this handicapped one:
great pic! moved... Kim beat me to this bug...

It's a Pycnoderes sp.

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