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Red-shouldered Bug

Jadera haematoloma

Description:

Jadera haematoloma, the red-shouldered bug, goldenrain-tree bug or soapberry bug, is a species of true bug that lives throughout the United States and south to northern South America. It feeds on seeds within the soapberry plant family, Sapindaceae, and is known to rapidly adapt to feeding on particular hosts. People often confuse this species with the boxelder bug.

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James McNair
Spotted by
James McNair

Florida, USA

Spotted on Jan 30, 2014
Submitted on Jan 30, 2014

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