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Photo#64544
bug - Brachycarenus tigrinus

bug - Brachycarenus tigrinus
Sierra City, Sierra County, California, USA
July 1, 2006

Moved
Moved from Scentless Plant Bugs. For reasons compare species info page.

Rhopalid
This is a member of the Rhopalidae, probably Arhyssus.

A close specimen is at http://cedarcreek.umn.edu/insects/newslides/020006002001apd.jpg

There are 15 spp. listed at http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/accounts/classification/Arhyssus.html#Arhyssus

 
Scentless Plant Bug
The Cedar Creek bug does look very close. Thanks Jim.

Not Miridae.
This is not a mirid. Might be in the Lygaeoidea, Rhopalidae, or Coreidae. Sorry I can't narrow it further:-( Note short, thick antennae, no cuneus.

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