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Predatory Stink Bugs - Apoecilus cynicus - male - female

Predatory Stink Bugs - Apoecilus cynicus - Male Female
Whitepath Road area, Gilmer County, Georgia, USA
September 21, 2011
Size: not recorded
Came to lights in mostly deciduous forest in north Georgia mountains at 1600' elevation.

They appear to be Apoecilus cynicus:

On all 4 individuals (both questioned and known specimens):
1. Juga appear longer than tylus
2. Similar black marks appear on the anterior pronotal area near collar / outside edges
3. Connexiva appear similar

ID confirmed by D.B. Thomas: Apoecilus cynicus
Moved from Apoecilus.

 
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