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Stink Bug Nymph - Euschistus tristigmus

Stink Bug Nymph - Euschistus tristigmus
Forest County, Pennsylvania, USA
August 11, 2009
Size: 11mm
Is this Euschistus servus? Thanks for help.
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i was way off with this one
Bruce was right about genus -- and i thank Andrew for pointing out this error.
This is what i received from the experts:
"The beak is not that of an asopine. It appears to be Euschistus tristigmus luridus, the northern subspecies of E. tristigmus." --J.E. McPherson

"I suspect that the angle of the underside shot is the problem. It does look like Euschistus and the rostrum is not perfectly round so it looks thinner from some angles than from others. This one looks a bit wide, but not as hefty as most predators. I could easily be way off on this, but that is just my guess." --Valerie Bough

Moved from Podisus.

 
Thanks
For staying after this one so long! I'm always happy when a bug finds a home:)

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

not Euschistus; proboscis says, predator [suspect Podisus]
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I've never seen a Podisus this color
Any other possibilities or do some of them have much drabber coloring?

 
i'll ask around about other options

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