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Miridae ? - Namacus annulicornis

Miridae ? - Namacus annulicornis
Middleburg, Clay County, Florida, USA
July 31, 2009
Size: 16mm
Collected on leaf of large water plant (Locals call Swamp Cabbage)(Unk sp at this time).
At least 35 individuals, all on the same leaf. Collected 2, both 16mm. Thought ID would
be a snap. Closest I have found so far is under Miridae > Orthotylinae and possibly a
Lopidea species, except the size is too large and legs and dorsum wrong color. Any help
would be appreciated. Thanks

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Miridae ? - Namacus annulicornis Miridae ? - Namacus annulicornis Miridae - Namacus annulicornis

must be Namacus annulicornis -- will seek 2nd opinion
Moved from ID Request.

 
ID confirmed by D.R. Swanson
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Coreidae
Thanks V: I didn't even consider Leaf-Footed bugs, but I should have
if for no other reason than the size.

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