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Sixeontus tenebrosus - Sixeonotus tenebrosus

Sixeontus tenebrosus - Sixeonotus tenebrosus
Spiderweb, Aiken County, South Carolina, USA
January 21, 2010
Size: ~2 - 3mm
Found in our pool.
Further identification, if possible, would be appreciated.

Moved from Sixeonotus.

Very good!
Genus is here...

Moved from Plant Bugs.

looks special -- i'm sure WonGun will give you a name soon
another hint: plain dorsal views are usually most helpful as it comes to recognizing bugs and beetles -- sometimes is all it takes

Moved from ID Request.

not a beetle
Hemiptera: Miridae

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