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Anchor Stink Bug - Stiretrus anchorago

Anchor Stink Bug - Stiretrus anchorago
Wildwood Park; Radford, Virginia, USA
September 2, 2010
The markings on this individual are very similar to the Stiretrus anchorago that you identified Aug. 7. I found it on boneset near swamp milkweed that the monarch caterpillars love. However, this one is not the bright green color that the first one was. Please identify!

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S. anchorago is quite variable
Yours looks a lot like this one:


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