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You should add an ID using the Latin name Dolycoris baccarum.
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The Nymphs or instars live up to thier name and are much more hairy generally than adults in their later stages
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Early instars are quite a bright colour too.
Agreeing & added Latin name.
I have come across Sloe bug instars on the flower heads of Hardhead/Knapweed; Centaurea nigra and on those of the Spear Thistle.
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