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Photo#76699
which stink bug - Chinavia hilaris

which stink bug - Chinavia hilaris
fayetteville, washington County, Arkansas, USA
September 3, 2006
Size: stink bug size
green stink bug... perhaps genus Acrosternum?

Moved
Moved from Acrosternum.

Moved
Moved from Stink Bugs.

move it!
On the picture, the slit-like prolongation of the metapleural glands is also seen (genus character).

probably
banded antennae and little dark spots on sides of abdomen point towards the genus you suspected.

 
Acrosternum
thanks Boris, is it enough to move it to said genus?

Moved
Moved from True Bugs.

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