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Euschistus obscurus (Palisot) - Euschistus obscurus

Euschistus obscurus (Palisot) - Euschistus obscurus
Resaca de la Palma State Park, Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas, USA
November 5, 2013
Det. M. A. Quinn, 2017

coll'ed beating/sweeping

spmn in the TAMUIC

Moved from nymphs.

Do the juveniles not have a p
Do the juveniles not have a pale band across pronotum?

Moved from Euschistus.

Thanks for the correction!

I'm not an expert but...
Maybe Euschistus nymph?

it's pretty hard to imagine a Mormidea having a nymph like this one

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