a browny type of bug
No interactions present.
It is either maura or testudinaria , the key points antenna , central lobes and antennal plates are out of field and in some cases and hard to form a definitive conclusion the lobes seem level as opposed to depressed at the apex in favour of maura The antennal segments are not visible which would assist and the bug is in a state of devlopment Any more images ?
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