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The "scissors" mark is very distinctive and helps ID this Mirid Bug. I have used the name as on the British Bugs website.
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I like "scissors", though I had filed the mark as a little yellow butterfly. This is one bug that really ought to have a common name. I've been calling it "butterfly mirid", but "scissors mirid" would work as well.
It just shows how different people interpret something. I thought they looked like scissors but now you mention it they do look like a butterfly as well. I wonder who creates a common name or whether its something that adopted over time ?
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