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Thanks a lot Torsten!
Hi Ignacio, it belongs to the tribe Resthenini, subfamily Mirinae - still working on it...
It belongs to Miridae - I'm working on it...
I am not absolutely sure. I am not en expert on these insects by any means. I was looking at the body shape and coloration and comparing it to ones here in the USA. It is entirely possible that it is of a different family. I hope you are able to identify this bug.
ForestDragon, it definitely is an heteroptera but i can't find a similar one in miridae family... Are you sure this one belongs to this family?Thanks tmvdh
Great shot/Una foto impresionante!Gracias por contribuir!
This looks like something from the True Bug Suborder (Heteroptera), possibly from Family Miridae, Plant Bugs. I don't know the species from your area and have been unable to find a match so far online. I hope this helps.
Lat: 9.79, Long: -84.13
Spotted on Jun 1, 2012 Submitted on Jun 2, 2012