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Such a distinctive bug ought to have its own common name. To help me remember it, I've been calling it "Butterfly Mirid" because of the little picture of a butterfly on its back. Yours is the first one I've seen where the "butterfly" doesn't look right, so perhaps there's a better common name out there waiting to be discovered!
Yes :-) Its a nighmare having to remember the long names unfortunately though needed . look at Grayling which although common and easy to remember can be a Butterfly or a Fish , Redshank a Bird and a Plant and so on - but its alll good stuff keeps the wheels turning
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