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The distinctive scissors mark helps identify this Mirid Bug. G. Stysi seems to be the latest and most current Latin name.
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Yes a late night it is clearly G stysi I got it wrong
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not important but any ideas why the 3rd id down is in blue and the others are black?
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Hi Jeremy, I think it's because I have used the correct Latin name and not the iSpot one, which is out of date.
Yes its just a hyperlink to the category and a good idea presumably so you can compare the others in the last ID with others in the accepted ID although the others made by me previous to that wont hyperlink (not in blue ) because I have changed to my last current above If 3 or four people ID'd different species they are all likely blue and you can compare with other observations
I think thats the jist
ok thanks, well done for asserting the correct name, I cause ripples in Denmark when I use these old ispot names but then they're on top of everything; they all have common names as fixed as our butterflies & moths so when the latin changes you don't get lost
WLR do try and get to bed before midnight
:-) I am a night Owl
So I have seen a Grayling today did I see a Fish or a Butterfly J ? :-)
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