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Heteroptera - Xyonysius californicus

Heteroptera - Xyonysius californicus
5 mi NE Dexter, Stoddard County, Arkansas, USA
July 17, 2012
Size: 4.0 mm
Taken at Mercury Vapor and Ultraviolet lights.

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Heteroptera - Xyonysius californicus Heteroptera - Xyonysius californicus Heteroptera - Xyonysius californicus

Moved tentatively
Moved from Orsillinae.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Maybe something in/near Nysius?


Let's see if the experts agree.

 
how about Xyo~? orsilline anyway

 
I'll let you make that call.
I'm just happy to have picked the right subfamily. :)

 
Nysius
Certainly looks similar. These little Heteropterans mystify me. Everyting looks like Miridae or Coreidae, except the aquatics. Thanks.

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