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Bug July 4 - Orius vicinus

Bug July 4 - Orius vicinus
Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Clark County, Washington, USA
July 4, 2013
I believe this is Lyctocoris. I see these a lot. I did not keep this one. Is this a type of bug that someone would like as a voucher specimen?

James has a great point, i stand corrected
Moved from Orius insidiosus.

Moved tentatively
Moved from Orius.

How about O. vicinus?
Introduced to the Pacific Northwest...

you must be right
thanks for setting me straight

Moved from True Bugs.


how about Orius?

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