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Stink Bug

Stiretrus anchorago

Description:

An stink bug I found with what looks like a smiley face on it's back.



1 Species ID Suggestions

Heteropera


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5 Comments

rivu.ghorai
rivu.ghorai 8 years ago

beautiful color!!!!!

ceherzog
ceherzog 8 years ago

I love this smiley face! I will show it to my students.

hermione25064
hermione25064 8 years ago

Ricardo, it's an adult bug, you can see its wings. If it was a nymph, it would only have wingpads.

RicardoBayshark
RicardoBayshark 8 years ago

This is young not adult TrueType bug

Latimeria
Latimeria 8 years ago

Hey Photophore, is this the "smiley face" insect? I saw you put that description for a few of your spottings, so I was confused at first! This is some species of mature stink bug--Pentatomidae, so I would suggest starting your search there.

Viz Tech
Spotted by
Viz Tech

Sebastian, Florida, USA

Lat: 27.79, Long: -80.49

Spotted on Apr 12, 2011
Submitted on Apr 12, 2011

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