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Acanthocephala terminalis ?? I am not sure if the nymphs are from the same species? - Leptoglossus zonatus

Acanthocephala terminalis ?? I am not sure if the nymphs are from the same species? - Leptoglossus zonatus
Cameon County, Texas, USA
April 27, 2010
This looks most like Acanthocephala terminalis but I am not sure. Have photos of these or similar bugs in my back yard for the past two years. nymphs cluster around leaves close to fruits of passion vine and other small fruit bearing plants.

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possibly Leptoglossus zonatus , for sure Leptoglossus
(Squiggly line across the back) This one looks like a different individual than the other adult you have that's more of a side view.

 
I would agree...
...based on the spots on the pronotum.

 
Leptoglossus zonatus
I agree. I also beleive that my other posts are of the same genus and probably species. These are common most of the year here and there seems to be some variation. I have lots of photos of what is probably Leptoglossus zonatus adults and immatures, also eggs.

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