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The color varies from purple to yellow-brown. It is found in most Europe.
vidjela jučer dva, ali su bili u nekog graži, a ja polugola i u japankama po kiši :D pa sam odustala od slikanja!
Nice! I'm happy you've found it!:)
Yesss! There's no need for specialist, I found the ID, Pieter! Thank you very much for your help :D
Yes, I really don't know. I'm also interested in knowing it because I like the bug:). Let's hope someone else on noah can identify it!
I agree with you, your suggestion is only similar to this as I found...maybe it can be different colours (bugs are not my area)? the other one u suggested has different shape behind head...
Yes you're right. I'm not sure neither, it was the only similar I could find in my book. But maybe it's this one? It's definitely a shield bug, I think we need a specialist here:)http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Elasmu...
I looked your suggestion, it's very similar. I don't know for sure, how about its colour? my bug is orange and has some brown markings on the back.
Could it be a forest bug, pentatoma rufipes?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forest_bughttp://www.google.be/imgres?imgurl=http:...
Spotted on May 19, 2013 Submitted on May 21, 2013