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Harlequin bug

Dindymus versicolor


Harlequin bug eating a large sugar ant while mating. Pic #3 shows the young nymph Pic #4 and even younger


On top of the ladder. On the fence. On the gate. On the roses. Over the drive, footpath,house...they're everywhere AAAAAHH !

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MartinL 7 years ago

They're always hungry and always coupled so that's a good theory. Notice an elytra missing. Its a work site around the ladder and it must have got injured.

KarenL 7 years ago

Well I guess all that love action would make one a little hungry! :)

CarolSnowMilne 7 years ago

HA!!!!! I love your description of the Habitat. LOL!

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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Lat: -37.80, Long: 145.28

Spotted on Sep 28, 2011
Submitted on Nov 28, 2011

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