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Plant Bug - Pycnoderes quadrimaculatus

Plant Bug - Pycnoderes quadrimaculatus
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
January 9, 2012
I suspect Sixeonotus, but cannot find one with this pattern. Ideas? Thanks

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Plant Bug - Pycnoderes quadrimaculatus Plant Bug - Pycnoderes quadrimaculatus

T.J. Henry: "It looks like Pycnoderes quadrimaculatus
"...(Guérin-Méneville) to me."

Moved from Pycnoderes medius.

Moved
Moved from Pycnoderes.

BINGO! I took a wrong turn somewhere. Thanks for getting me back on course. This little sucker is as unseasonable as our weather.

Maybe...
Pycnoderes medius?



[Edit] Oops! Already moved to Genus level...

cool bug
Moved from True Bugs.

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