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Big-eyed bug from Jasper 10.07.11 - Geocoris bullatus

Big-eyed bug from Jasper 10.07.11 - Geocoris bullatus
Jasper National Park, Alberta's Rockies, Alberta, Canada
July 11, 2010
Size: ~ 3.5 mm
My best guess is Geocoris (1). Any chance to species ID?

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Big-eyed bug from Jasper 10.07.11 - Geocoris bullatus Big-eyed bug from Jasper 10.07.11 - Geocoris bullatus

Moved
Moved from Geocoris punctipes.

Moved
Moved from True Bugs.

 
It looks closer to bullatus than to punctipes...
^^

 
you must be right; sorry, my friend

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