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Plant Bug - Neortholomus scolopax

Plant Bug - Neortholomus scolopax
Cross Plains, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA
July 2, 2009
Size: 5mm
Stictopleurus?

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Plant Bug - Neortholomus scolopax Plant Bug - Neortholomus scolopax

Ortholomus scolopax (Say)
Jane O'Donnell det.

[=v='s lamest excuse: Ilona, your pix are so much better than those already in the guide that i failed to recognize the beast.]

Moved from Scentless Plant Bugs.

 
Ortholomus scolopax
At least you can recognize them to tell the difference. I still have a very hard time separating one from the other.

i feel mighty dumb about it
will try to figure it out; several pix i IDed as 'S-us' in the guide may not belong there -- need a reality check

 
Those bugs sure cause problem
Those bugs sure cause problems sometimes, don't they?

 
to me, yes...
i must confess, my eye can use much more training -- but i'm getting there

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