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Photo#903010
Milkweed-like Bug under bark - Homalocoris

Milkweed-like Bug under bark - Homalocoris
Ash Creek Trail, E Galiuros, Graham County, Arizona, USA
March 15, 2014
Size: approx 16mm body
Found under bark. Thank you for your help.

Homalocoris sp.
Same issue as with other set. This is erythrogaster by my table, based on size (too "large" to be minutus) and posterior pronotal lobe marking (oblong, not spot-like as described in guttatus). The legs are irregular black-red, which is sort of characteristic for erythrogaster. Personally, I think someone needs to take a look at all three types and synonymize to minutus!

 
thanks, Dan
hope that someone will be you.

neat.
Moved from ID Request.

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