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Cotton Strainers with white stripes and black-red pattern on its wings. Size; about an inch long.
Thank you Bayucca :)
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My day was obviously harder than I thought!! I apologize! It is a cotton stainer as Ashish mentioned above. I was mislead by a "bad link" and did not make a careful check as I usually do. But I give you at least now the orrect ID...
I don't think this is a cotton stainer or Pyrrhocoridae. In my eyes this is a seed bug or Lygaeidae.
dear, Ashish Nimkar. I used my iPhone camera and cropped the picture. I am sorry for the poor quality. You are absolutely right. They are Cotton strainers. Thank you :)There were plenty of them in Bangkok when I was young, but there seem to be lessen now.
Hi... BenjaphonKhidhathongWhich camera you used to take these pictures...?In which conditions and where you take these pictures...?
These are Cotton strainers of Asia.
Benjaphon, it is not a beetle, but a bug. A kind of milkweed bug, I guess, from family Lygaeidae.
Spotted on Jan 22, 2013 Submitted on Jan 22, 2013