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Green Stink Bug Nymphs

Chinavia hilaris


Woodland habitat on pecan leaf.


These are the same nymphs that were found as eggs, then again as newly emerged nymphs, and then this spotting one week later. I was amazed at how much their color had changed in just one week. Newly Emerged Nymphs and Eggs:

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beaker98 9 years ago

Thanks suzmonk:) It's not very often that I get to return and find them emerged, but even more amazing that I came back twice and saw two different stages!

suzmonk 9 years ago

Nice follow-up, beaker98!

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Illinois, USA

Spotted on Jul 2, 2014
Submitted on Aug 6, 2014

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