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Stinkbug nymph #1 - Chinavia hilaris

Stinkbug nymph #1 - Chinavia hilaris
Clinton River Trail, Oakland County, Michigan, USA
August 21, 2009
Size: ~12mm
I love the colors on this nymph. I'm not sure if it can be identified or not. I think it may be the same species, earlier instar (if that's the correct term) as the linked thumbnail.

Thanks!
So, if they end up all green, maybe the greener one is the later instar. I'm just glad to have an id. :-)

Acrosternum hilare nymph
I'm not one of the experts. But I'm pretty sure this is a Green Stink Bug nymph. Which instar I can't say. http://bugguide.net/node/view/889/bgimage

Green Stink Bug nymph
I think like these Acrosternum hilare. Not 100% positive on species, but it's the right general direction I think.




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