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Photo#7204
Nymphs,3 images,#3 - Sehirus cinctus

Nymphs,3 images,#3 - Sehirus cinctus
Kennebunk, Maine, USA
September 12, 2004
Size: 5-6 mm
Richard Leung has suggested Murgantia histrionica nymphs; 2 other ?nymphs in same small area (see images). Also, many Cosmopepla bimaculata (aka Wee Harlequin Bug)

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Could these be Cosmopepla bimaculata nymphs?
I just posted some photos of nymphs virtually identical to these that were on the same plant as an adult C. bimaculata. I don't know for sure that they were nymphs of that species, however, as the evidence is merely circumstantial.

 
Could these be Cosmopepla bimaculata nymphs?
I just posted some photos of nymphs virtually identical to these that were on the same plant as an adult C. bimaculata. I don't know for sure that they were nymphs of that species, however. The evidence is merely circumstantial.

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