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unknown true bug apparently invaded by a fungus - Adelphocoris rapidus

unknown true bug apparently invaded by a fungus - Adelphocoris rapidus
Rainbow Park, Calhoun County, Iowa, USA
July 31, 2013
The bug was barely alive, clinging to the underside of a leaf

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Adelphocoris rapidus
Thanks for your expertise in identifying this plant bug.
Eileen Miller

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Moved from ID Request. Moved to Hemiptera for expert attention.

 
Adelphocoris rapidus
Thanks for helping to get this bug identified.
Eileen Miller

 
Not an expert
But I clicked the data tab and Iowa-July and found these two

 
unknown true bug infected by fungus
The images you brought up certainly do resemble the bug in the photo I submitted. By the way it was found on American germander if that should be of any help. It may have been it's food plant of choice.

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