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Pipevine creature - Chinavia hilaris

Pipevine creature - Chinavia hilaris
Sullivan County, New York, USA
July 7, 2012
Size: very small
this is one of the pictures sent to me by the woman who had them on her property. Are these two different bugs??

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Pipevine creature - Chinavia hilaris Pipevine creature - Chinavia hilaris

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Many THANKS to all who helped
Many THANKS to all who helped solve this mystery! As always, I appreciate your help!!

Yes
Different bugs. These are Green Stink Bug nymphs.
Adult looks like this

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