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Found it on the road. Placed it on my shoe. Carried it home.
Haha. Guess it's just an exception. :)
This one moved its "leaf foot" to its antennae :)
Thanks Ashish. I have already checked coreus marginatus (dock bug). It's very similar except for the leaf like structure on the antennae of the one we have here.
Its Close to Dock Bug....http://www.glosnats.org.uk/news/archive0...
Amazing creature. Love the third and fourth picture most.
Hi Alex. It looks similar to brown marmorated but it has long antennae with leaf like structures in the middle. I am close to figuring it out but have not found an exact match. If I am not wrong it should belong to the family Coreidae. (See results for coreus marginatus). Thanks.
take a look at this ( http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/768... ) could that be the 2 different genders. yours and this one, and if you think so, then you will also have your id. same antenna-pieces (4) and somewhat the same patterns.
Weird or what! Looks like something that someone had made up from spare bits and pieces laying around the garden. Lovely set of photos, great captures.
The head looks different. And the body is like a wheel bug. No?
Harsha I think its a Juvenile Tip Wilter Leaf footed bug as per my second link... Genus- Anoplocnemis...!!
Thank you all. I would be very glad if someone could help with the ID too.
weird creatures. they where before the dino and should live long after we are gone. even if some are really alien i love them too
This also interesting...http://www.whatsthatbug.com/2010/10/22/t...
this one is amazing !!!
I got interesting...http://www.whatsthatbug.com/2011/02/19/i...
Whew, mother nature, remarkable...
Wow, amazingly shaped insect!
Thanks. It looks like a wheel bug from the back. The face is unusual though. Let's wait for the ID. :)
Cool Harsha! Wish I knew what it is...
Spotted on Oct 17, 2011 Submitted on Oct 17, 2011
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