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Green Stink Bug - Chlorochroa uhleri

Green Stink Bug - Chlorochroa uhleri
Skull Valley 10 miles WSW of Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona, USA
August 23, 2006

must be C. uhleri -- will show to Dr. D.B. Thomas
Moved from Say's Stink Bug.

ID confirmed by D. B. Thomas: C. uhleri

Moved from True Bugs.

Chlorochroa sayi
This is a nice shot of a typical specimen of Say's stink bug, Chlorochroa sayi. The rough texture and three ivory spots along the base of the scutellum (triangular segment) help ID this species.

Yes, I'd think that are more
Yes, I'd think that are more of this green species here... I'll watch for the difference this next season. Thanks. BobP

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