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Codophila varia Pentatomidae<br />
Codophila varia<br />
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  1. I'm not very good with insects but this does look rather like Dolycoris baccarum as well, except that yours does not appear hairy. With so many different genera, not easy! Posted one year ago
    1. The shape of the pronotum could fit on Dolycoris, you are right, although not hairy. I was thinking that it could be Carpocoris purpureipennis/pudicus (but very far from 100% sure...) Thank you, Claire! Cheers Posted one year ago, modified one year ago
      1. Not Dolycoris - have a look at Codophila varia ... will double check later ... Posted one year ago
        1. Yep! I've identified it as Codophila varia, Thank you!
          Posted one year ago, modified one year ago

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''Codophila varia'' is a species of ''shield bug'' belonging to the Pentatomidae family Pentatomidae subfamily.

It is present around most of Europe.

The adults reach a body length of 9–14 millimetres and can mainly be encountered from June through August feeding on Asteraceae and Apiaceae species.

Similar species: True Bugs
Species identified by RMFelix
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Uploaded May 10, 2017. Captured May 5, 2017 17:33.
  • NIKON D7100
  • f/1.8
  • 1/320s
  • ISO200
  • 50mm