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Photo#62930
Stink Bug - Euschistus

Stink Bug - Euschistus
Central Park, NYC, New York, USA
July 3, 2006
Size: approx. 1/2 inch

Moved
Moved from Euschistus.

Moved

Moved

Moved
Moved from Dusky Stink Bug.

Euschistus variolarius
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opinion of D.B. Thomas: "can't tell"
see the info page for freshly posted ID hints; my ID was based on McPherson 1982 key(1) that implies that the no black color on the edge of connexivia may only mean variolarius. =v=

Moved
Moved from Stink Bugs.

Apateticus
Looks like genus Apateticus or similar.

 
Stink Bug
Hi Stephen, a little belated, but thanks for helping with the ID. It was one of our first submissions, and the size estimate could easily be wrong. Wish there were some more pics of this genus on line to compare. Sandy&Lloyd

 
Really?
Relatively small for Apateticus, isn't it? I wouldn't hazard a guess personally, though I wish David Ryder would visit more frequently to help us out with pentatomids.

 
Thanks to both Stephen and Er
Thanks to both Stephen and Eric for helping with this ID.

 
Euschistus.
This is most likely E. tristigmus. Outstanding image.

 
E. tristigmus
Thanks so much! After 2 years it's nice to finally give this guy a name. Cheers, L&S

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