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What's this beautiful insect? - Apoecilus

What's this beautiful insect? - Apoecilus
Franklin, Oakland County, Michigan, USA
June 26, 2009
Size: about 3/8"
a beautifully colored insect I thought might be a harlequin bug but have my doubts now

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Looks like a stinkbug nymph
maybe in the genus Apateticus, in the guide here, but we always thought they were larger??

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