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Ha ha! That would be good.
next time.. i'll ask any bugs i found to make exclusive photo. It would be easier for my 16mp camdig :D Thank you @ridway for the assist
Also compare http://www.fobi.web.id/v/insect/f-aly/le...
I think definitely not Gonocerus acuteangularis. (also called English Box bug) :-) This is a hard one. I have had a good look and will try again later. We really should have other pics with front and side views.
No shoulder spines on this one ?
Cletus punctiger (http://digiins.tari.gov.tw/tarie/treelis...). The habitat is match since i spot it near pddy-field.
hmmm i am not sure.. Damsel bugs mostly have thick leg. But mine is slim. I found Gonocerus acuteangularis. What do you think @Ridgway and @evilstepshild?
Coreidae has an 'e' in it if you want to search. The fruit spotting bugs are partly green. Yours is very narrow, mostly brown, banded antennae.. maybe search Damsel bugs (Nabidae) also.
Amblypelta lutescens or A. nitida ? I goggling it, and this seem the most match.
From the family Coridae
Spotted on Apr 30, 2015 Submitted on Apr 30, 2015
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