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Stink bug

Agonoscelis nubilis

Description:

Length : ~1cm Season : Rainy season Time : 3am Frequency : Very rare Life stage : adult

Habitat:

Spotted inside the car parking very close to open abandoned area with lot of plants

Notes:

Must be some stink bug species from super family Pentatomoidea

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Stinkbug
Agonoscelis nubilis Agonoscelis nubilis · iNaturalist


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3 Comments

m.prasad.369
m.prasad.369 2 months ago

@Ornithoptera80,
Okay. I thought it was last instar (before the adult) so that it closely resembles the adult. I corrected the description now. Thank you for the clarification! :)

Ornithoptera80
Ornithoptera80 2 months ago

Probably not a nymph, maybe the species is just small. Usually nymphs will not resemble the adult specimen that accurately, (pattern wise).

m.prasad.369
m.prasad.369 2 months ago

Thank you! Is it a nymph or adult? Length and width are smaller when compared to other stink bug species.

m.prasad.369
Spotted by
m.prasad.369

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Spotted on Aug 9, 2021
Submitted on Aug 18, 2021

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