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Dicyphus pallidus - Male  Bryocorinae,Dicyphini,Dicyphus,Dicyphus pallidus,Heteroptera,Jane's garden,Miridae,Netherlands,nl: Bosandoornbochelwants Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

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Dicyphus pallidus is one of the small, slender plant bugs (Miridae) in the tribe Dicyphini. This species uses various hairy plants for its zoophytophagous development, mainly Stachys sylvatica but in cultivated gardens occasionally on the likes of Gerranium macrorrhyzum.

Similar species: True Bugs
Species identified by Pudding4brains
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Uploaded Jun 29, 2020.