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Dryophilocoris flavoquadrimaculatus 18544

Observed: 27th June 2013 By: Wildlife Ranger
Freshwater Environment & Ecology Trust
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Description:

A common Mirid due to its oblique yellow marking found on Nettles along tree line of oak wood Pronotum /forewings of D. flavoquadrimaculatus are covered with long fine erect hairs with notablyraised posterior of the pronotum

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notes

Very helpful notes made agreement easy.
Of course, the EXCELLENT pic helps!
ðj

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Mirids

Thanks Derek a colourful littel mirid no doubt near you always good to help

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vanishing mirid..

The Picture has gone. Predation?