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Mating stink bug couple. What genus and species? - Conquistator mucronatus - male - female

Mating stink bug couple. What genus and species? - Conquistator mucronatus - Male Female
Holly Hill, Volusia County, Florida, USA
August 27, 2009
Size: 1/2 inch
Centennial Park.

Podisus mucronatus
Joe Eger det.

way to go, Boy! keep an eye out for them -- we need more quality pix of this beast. =v=

Moved from Asopinae.

 
Thank you for the kind words
Thank you for the kind words "V". I have added another image too the guide. Feel free too frass if its not clear enough.

lovely! the head says, asopine -- can't tell more yet
i don't see this bug in the guide -- hope it's new for BG; will show around...

Moved from ID Request.

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