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Amorbus rubiginosus


The general morphological features of Coreidae are an oval-shaped body, antennae composed of four segments, a numerously veined forewing membrane, a metathoracic stink gland and enlarged hind tibia.[1][3] Many species are covered with spines and tubercles They vary in size from 7 to 45 mm, making the larger species some of the biggest heteropterans. The body shape of coreids is quite variable, with some species broadly oval while others are slender.


Coreids are found throughout the world but most species are found in the tropics and subtropics.

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Connecticut, USA

Spotted on Jun 3, 2013
Submitted on Jun 3, 2013

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