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Photo#386908
Plant Bug 01 - Tropidosteptes quercicola

Plant Bug 01 - Tropidosteptes quercicola
Kenner, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, USA
April 19, 2010
Looks like Another BugGuide image of a possible Henrylygus.

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Plant Bug 01 - Tropidosteptes quercicola Plant Bug 01 - Tropidosteptes quercicola

Moved based on
Moved based on .

Moved from Knightomiris distinctus.

 
Is that the image you meant t
Is that the image you meant to link to? The most recent comment there is Mike Quinn's tentative det. of Knightomiris, an apparent response to the image being moved to Tropidosteptes quercicola.

 
The linked image is the first image IDed as T. quercicola.
Mike mailed me to refer to the linked image and suggested that other images temporarily IDed as Knightomiris may be the same species and moved there.

maybe Knightomiris distinctus (Knight 1917) - det. M.D. Schwartz
Moved tentatively from Mirini.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Cool!
I wish we could get an ID for this nice guy!

Lygus?
Maybe genus Lygus?
That's my best guess, but I'm definitely not an expert.

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