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green nymph - Loxa

green nymph - Loxa
Palm Beach County, Florida, USA
June 1, 2012
I have little stinkbugs that are brown that I think are Euschistus quadrator (I'll submit them shortly) and when I first found one of these flat green nymphs one of the brown bugs was stepping on it. Is this a Euschistus quadrator nymph or some other bug? It was really neat looking - like a flying saucer with feet.

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Flat brown Bug
I have the same NEW bug in my house this year and I thought it was cool. I always set them free but had to look it up and you described it to the "T". I hope I don't see much more in the year to come. They seem harmless. I found mine because it was sitting on my shoulder for awhile before I saw it. LOL.

Christine - Hartsdale, NY

Stephanie--
Your pics are very good and i hope you get names for them sooner rather than later.
However, please keep in mind that the only reliable way is to associate them with adults by either rearing or tracking their metamorphosis on the host plant. The experts i tried to engage are extremely reluctant to suggest names for the vast majority of nymphal pentatomoid images.

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Loxa?

 
good call, as always

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