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We called this bug the "christmas bug" because of its colors!
Saw it on the Great Wall - not sure where is normally lives
Unknown shield bug, Pentatomoidea
Congratulations, wonderful !!!
Congrats on SOTD. Very neat little bug!
Awesome spot! Congrats.
What a beauty!
Great spotting, Ari, congratulations.
congrats....look at the radiant color.... nice
I LOVE it! Thank you and congratulations!
Wow three spottings and you are already famous! Congratulations!Keep up the good work! (:
Congratulations Ari !
Well deserved!! Amazing spotting!!
Congratulations, nice spotting.
Oh wow! This is pretty. Congrats!
Love the vivid colors and pattern! Congratulations on being chosen as SOTD! Well-deserved!
Congratulations Ari! This gorgeous shield bug was chosen as Spotting of the Day! We look forward to seeing more of your wildlife observations. "Pentatomoidea are characterized by a well developed scutellum (the hardened extension of the thorax over the abdomen). It can be triangular to semi-elliptical in shape. Pentatomoidea usually have an antennae with five segments. The tarsi usually have two or three segments."Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/projectnoah/post...Twitter: http://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/26...
This could be a shield bug of the Family Pentatomidae.
cute insect with lovely colors!
Lat: 40.18, Long: 116.41
Spotted on Jun 26, 2012 Submitted on Oct 22, 2012
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