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Stink bug

Agonoscelis nubilis


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


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


Must be some stink bug species from super family Pentatomoidea

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Agonoscelis nubilis Agonoscelis nubilis · iNaturalist

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m.prasad.369 2 years ago

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 2 years 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 2 years ago

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

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Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

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

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