Apolygus spinolae A Capsid Bug Miridae
Phenology Adult: June-September
The Genus Apolygus generally oval pronotom may have dark green marks and overall base colour paler than A. lucorum although this one appears darker than normal
Pale Brown Tibial Spines do not arise from dark basal area
Black tip to cunneus Differientiate Apolygus spinolae from A. lucorum
2nd antennal segment is generally shorter than the width of the base of pronotum
A varied number of hedgrow plants creeping thistle, meadowsweet, nettle, bog-myrtle and notably bramble
Apolygus lucorum , Lyocoris pabulosa.
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