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Photo#682220
unknown Hemipteran - Agonoscelis puberula

unknown Hemipteran - Agonoscelis puberula
Willow Springs, San Benito County, California, USA
July 29, 2012
Size: 8.7mm length.
Found on Stachys albens growing around spring. (Blue Oak/grassland habitat).

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unknown Hemipteran - Agonoscelis puberula unknown Hemipteran - Agonoscelis puberula

Thanks, Andrew!
Moved from Stink Bugs.

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

Agonoscelis puberula would seem to be a possibility:


 
Yes
This is A. puberula. It can be differentiated from Trichopepla in a few ways, most obvious being the complex, striped venation on the hemelytra of A. puberula. Were this Trichopepla, the venation would be very simple or virtually characterless.

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