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Don't think I would have recognised that as Liocoris! Have you seen many as green as this?
And would you mind adding a second ID to correct the typo (should be tripustulatus) on this and your other observation - you should be able to pick the name off the drop-down list once you start typing it in. Would be good to have the name correct so that it links to other observations of this species on iSpot.
Entomologist and biological recorder
Done and dusted. I get so annoyed with myself when it happens. My problem is I have nearly 500,000 images to go through, and I want to get as many species up before I take my leave of our also dying planet. Fear not I will never be offended, for there are times when I need all the I can get. I truly respect, and appreciate your diligence in keeping iSpot tidy.
Re. the aberrant form; I have come across it a few times, and when/if I come accross an image again I'll put it up. For now please take a look at L. tripustulatus* on British Bugs. Note the red marks on the nymphs and the unusuall marked adult depicted there.
My thought is that the one depicted above is teneral. As to how it finally coloured up, if indeed it was teneraal we'll never know.
Have a wonderful Xmas, and may 2013 live up to all your expectations...
* Couldn't resist :)
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The Backies, Boultham Moor, Lincoln