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Observed: 11th August 2012 By: John Oz
Added: 15th August 2012
Can be separated from S. abutilon by looking for round marks just behind the front edge of the pronotum - in this they would be semi-circular and in S. abutilon they would be complete circles - but I can't see clearly enough to work them out. I'd tend to S. punctatonervosus therefore based on location, as this is the only one mapped for Central England.