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Miridae sp. (family)

Unidentified plant bug at Point 5832

Miridae sp. (family) at Point 5832 - 4 Nov 2017
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Identification history

Miridae sp. (family) 4 Jan 2021 KimPullen
Unidentified 6 Nov 2017 David

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4 comments

michaelb wrote:
   2 Sep 2019
I don't think this is a Nabis sp./Damsel bug as you suggested. The head shape and big eyes make it different.
KimPullen wrote:
   9 Sep 2019
I agree, Michael. But I don't know what it is. Will look further.
   26 Oct 2019
Could this be an oncocephalus sp. ?
michaelb wrote:
   26 Oct 2019
Oncocephalus sp, an assassin bug - genus? See:
https://bugguide.net/node/view/425179
I don't think so.

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Location information

Species information

  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 1 Abundance
  • 4 Nov 2017 03:04 PM Recorded on
  • David Recorded by

Additional information

  • Landed briefly on a eucalypt trunk Associated plant
  • 12mm to 25mm Animal size

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