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Unknown Shield Bug


Resembles Liocoris tripustulatus in that the bright marking on the dorsal aspect resembles a heart, but Liocoris tripustulatus doesn't seem to have been reported in Korea so far as I can tell.


This one and a couple of others I saw seemed to prefer daisies.

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AudieWilkins 6 years ago

@ hernandezwolf99: Yeah, that's what caught my eye. A love bug! ;)

@ bayucca: is a Japanese page, so I think you've found it. Now if I could only figure out the genus/specie. Thanks for your input!

hernandezwolf99 6 years ago

It has a little heart!

bayucca 6 years ago

Liocoris tripustulatus is a Miridae, a plant bug. Yours is Pentatomoidea, although I am tending to Pentatomidae, I am not 100% sure if it is really this family, could also be Acanthosomatidae (or other?). Probably not Scutelleridae. This is the same as yours:
This not, but similar:

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대전광역시 (Daejeon), Republic of Korea

Spotted on Jul 11, 2014
Submitted on Jul 11, 2014

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