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bug - Mimoceps insignis - female

bug - Mimoceps insignis - Female
Cross Plains, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA
July 10, 2010
Size: 3.5mm
Found in sweep of grass in open field. Wonder if it might be a Collaria nymph? There were a lot of adult Collaria in the field. But then other Collaria nymphs I found last year did not show this color or have such large wings in the nymphal stage.

Wow! So coool!
Thanks, Ilona!

Thanks to all of you for iden
Thanks to all of you for identifying it:)

Adult female Mimoceps insignis Uhler, 1890 -- det. M.D. Schwartz
another new genus for the Guide!

Moved from Plant Bugs.

Moved from True Bugs.

very cool mirid -- pls move it to family

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