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Mirid - Lepidargyrus ancorifer

Mirid - Lepidargyrus ancorifer
Russian Ridge OSP, San Mateo County, California, USA
July 4, 2010
Size: 4-5 mm
There were several of these mirids on small composite flowers in an open grassland area. They seemed to have a golden metallic hue thanks to the pubescent dorsal surface.

new genus for the guide, Ken! a eurotramp, though
Moved from Plant Bugs.

 
Thanks, v!
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Lepidargyrus ancorifer (Fieber 1858) -- det. M.D. Schwartz
sorry i forgot the most important, legally binding part of the ID... =v=

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