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Dysdercus (Paradysdercus) poecilus
yes, and as you said before, I have noticed a difference in the pattern of the wings, especially on those corium spot
@Vernando, I also thought they were all D. cingulatus before, since the 2 spp are so alike in appearance from the images I've seen! But when I spotted the 2 spp in our backyard (D. cingulatus is bigger than D. poecilus), I had doubts that they are the same. Here are my spottings:http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/170...http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/157...
wow sorry, agnes is right. it is D. poecilus :)
Here's a key on wing patterns of some of the Dysdercus spp., including D. cingulatus (Figs. 30–31) and D. poecilus (Figs. 32–34). - http://psybugs.biota.biodiv.tw/book/expo...
Spotted on Mar 10, 2013 Submitted on Mar 10, 2013