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Coreid Nymphs - Leptoglossus

Coreid Nymphs - Leptoglossus
Palmyra Cove Nature Park, Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
August 26, 2006

I agree, especially the guy i
I agree, especially the guy in the right upper corner. Mine all had those two dark spots on the back of the abdomen. Thanks.

Nice photo -
very cool to see the stages all together!

 
I've seen this before with bugs -
it reminds me of teenage kids babysitting their young siblings. See below:


Leptoglossus
L. phyllopus (below) looks just like this - I'm not sure if any other spp. do too. Keep an eye on them and you'll probably see an adult for confirmation - they don't move far.


 
Thanks
Thanks for the help.

 
I'm moving this to Leptoglossus for now
- if you get a chance to go back and look for an adult, I'll be interested to know if it's L. phyllopus too.

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