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Of course you weren't invaluable because now I will get to learn the other species as well, good night!
In this case I was not really valuable... Have a good night, folks!
Thanks, bayucca :)
At least you are not wrong alone bayucca :)
Only to find out that I am wrong...Good job, Joby, I think you got it with Liocoris tripustulatus.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liocoris_tr...
Thank you guys, you are all amazingly valuable for this site. I will check which ones are found in my area.
I did not know that I spent so long for checking the Lygus species...
Mirida, Lygus sp., unfortunately the 3 most common ones are also very variable ones. I tend to Lygus pratensis. Please, verify and check all species!! Rugulipennis, Pratensis and Gemellatus (others?).
I don't know, i didn't check, just know that species, faredin will find the right ID, I'm sure for family by little heart behind head :D
Oh interesting :D I think Jopy is more right than me :)
Lygus sp, could be a Lygus pratensis, but I have not found any matching pictures. They do seem to have some individual difference though...
family Miridae, Liocoris tripustulatus...but check! looks like it!
Lat: 55.65, Long: 12.20
Spotted on Sep 15, 2013 Submitted on Sep 15, 2013