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Alfalfa Plant Bug - July 26 - Adelphocoris lineolatus

Alfalfa Plant Bug - July 26 - Adelphocoris lineolatus
Cross Plains, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA
July 26, 2009
Decided I would try to raise a few of these nymphs this year. The Alfalfa Bug is really easy to raise since the nymphs mature so quickly.

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Great job!
Your work is very helpful for IDing mirid nymphs.

 
raising nymphs
It gets very addictive. The ones that mature quickly are the most fun. I'm trying to raise one bug (not a plant bug) which is taking a very long time to mature.

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