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Green Stink Bug Nymphs

Chinavia hilaris


Woodland habitat


I found the eggs a couple of weeks ago, but didn't put them up because I didn't like the detail of the photos, but they did come in handy today. The nymphs have hatched and beautiful as ever. These were found on the underside of a large pecan leaf.

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beaker98 9 years ago

Thanks Gilma:) That's the first time I ever found eggs, watched them, and saw the end result! Exciting! Now if they would just stay there until they were adults:)

Beautiful!! Great spotting, beaker98.

beaker98 9 years ago

Thanks Hayley! What was really cool to me is that the entire mass of eggs and nymphs are about the size of my pinky nail!

HayleyBoBailey 9 years ago


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Illinois, USA

Spotted on Jun 25, 2014
Submitted on Jun 25, 2014

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