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Green Stinkbug (nymph)

Chinavia hilaris


It reminds me if a stink bug... But I have no idea ;-)

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Green Stinkbug (nymph)
Chinavia hilaris Bug nymph - Chinavia hilaris - BugGuide.Net

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MeshellyMac 9 years ago


Gaia80 9 years ago

It seems Jakubko is right!

Jacob Gorneau
Jacob Gorneau 9 years ago

Great spotting! This is the nymphal stage of Chinavia hilaris:

Gaia80 9 years ago

Great, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant they always have an important role in nature, we are only starting to understand how important the diversity of species is for natures systems ;)

MichellePinsdorf 9 years ago

I haven't seen this guy in days. If I see it again I will let you know.

Gaia80 9 years ago

It's a nymph, a small copy of the adults except this one doesn't have wings yet I guess :) Are you able to update with size as well? It might be important to classify the species later

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New York, USA

Spotted on Sep 5, 2012
Submitted on Sep 15, 2012

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