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Closterocoris amoenus

Closterocoris amoenus
los angeles, california, California, USA
June 28, 2010
Size: 1/2 inch
Great call on the nymph form of this true bug. I returned to the same location and found the adult form Closterocoris amoenus on the same Hoary Nettle.

It's a beutiful guy! I'm eage
It's a beutiful guy! I'm eager to see it!
Anyway, is it the same guy as the nymph? The link is valid only for the same specimen. If they are not the exactly the same guy, please unlink them even though they are the same species.

 
Couldn't say for sure if it's
Couldn't say for sure if it's the same individual, probably not, so I will unlink it. Thanks just the same.

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