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This nymph was a little over one cm, flat bodied & seen with the adults of the Stink Bug in my next spotting.
Thank you Cindy! :)
Ha, I agree with Luis! Great spotting, Leanne!
Thanks Smith's Zoo & Jason :)
So it does Luis!
It looks like a watermelon slice.
Hi Jan & welcome to the community! Lovely to see a fellow Aussie enjoying nature :) This wasn't on a citrus Jan, in fact, I'm not even sure of the tree it was found on. It's been suggested it's a Lychee Stink Bug nymph, which looks totally correct to me. I hope you can grab a picture next time you see one Jan. To respond to someones comment on your spotting, just click in the 'Add a new comment box above their comment & write your response. If you go to your Bee Hawk Moth spotting, Ranger Antonio has left you some helpful info. Don't stress too much on it. If you scroll right to the bottom of the page you'll see the 'FAQ' page, click on it & you'll find most answers to your questions there. Most of all, have fun!
Hi Leanne - I am based in Brisbane and have seen something similar in local citrus trees (see my recent post) - did you find this on citrus? Also I have just joined the sight and I have no idea how to respond to comments posted by others. Can you advise?
Ok, thanks very much bayucca.
Tesseratomidae. Looks similar to Lycomorpha sp. and there is a Lycomorpha rosea, Lychee Stink Bug. But I am not sure?? Just a hint...http://www.whatsthatbug.com/2008/01/10/u...
Spotted on Mar 9, 2013 Submitted on Mar 9, 2013
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