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Photo#67207
Interesting looking insect - Chinavia hilaris

Interesting looking insect - Chinavia hilaris
Elm, Camden County, New Jersey, USA
July 28, 2006
Please identify this one for me.A friend of mine sent me this photo and asked me to identify it for him. He didn't give me any info except that it was on his stove and he took these pics before transporting him outside.

Moved
Moved from Green Stink Bug.

Moved

Moved
Moved from Stink Bugs.

Moved
Moved from True Bugs.

It's a true bug nymph (immature)
- I believe it's in the family Pentatomidae (stink bugs). We have several similar ones in our family pages (e.g. below) not yet identified to genus level.


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