No interactions present.
I've just looked this up on the NBN Gateway http://data.nbn.org.uk/gridMap/gridMap.jsp?allDs=1&srchSpKey=NHMSYS00203... and this shows that there have been few records in the East Midlands. I wonder if this is a case of a species increasing its range or of not many people recording shield bugs?
Then again http://www.britishbugs.org.uk/heteroptera/Pentatomidae/dolycoris_baccaru... says it is 'widespread and common' though less so in the North.
NBN maps for bugs are unfortunately not very meaningful as very few records are on the system, even for common species such as this one which is very widely distributed. Hopefully the next few years will see this situation improve.
National Recorder for Terrestrial Heteroptera (shieldbugs & allies)
Thanks! Super website by the way, great photos.
Lat/Lng: 53.0, -1.2
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