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unknown bug - Darmistus subvittatus

unknown bug - Darmistus subvittatus
Cave Creek Canyon, Coronado National Forest, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
April 1, 2011
Size: 2/3rd inch
This bug was in the Chiricahua Mountains near the Mexican border. Some type of plant bug.

Darmistus subvittatus Stål --det. T.J. Henry
Moved from Darmistus.

neat bug, Matthew -- not often photographed
will try to bring it to species
tech. note: to facilitate identification, size should be measured in mm (over the last ~150 years scientific entomological literature worldwide uses this unit only)

Moved from ID Request.

Yes, I'm bad about that.
I never dealt with metric measurements growing up and that habit has stuck. Plus it's easier to round off when I don't remember the exact mm!

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