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UK Nature > Bugs

Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale
(Hawthorn Shield Bug)
Closterotomus
norwegicus

Coreus marginatus
(Dock Bug)

Deraeocoris ruber

Dolycoris baccarum
(Sloe Bug)

Elasmostethus
interstinctus
(Birch Shield Bug)
Eysarcoris
venustissimus
(Woundwort Bug)
Grypocoris stysi

Harpocera thoracica

Heterotoma
planicornis

Himacerus apterus

Leptopterna dolabrata

Liocoris tripustulatus

Lygocoris pabulinus

Lygus pratensis
/ wagneri

Notonecta glauca

Palomena prasina
(Common Green
Shield Bug)

Pentatoma rufipes
(Forest Bug)
Plagiognathus
arbustorum

Rhopalus subrufus

Stenodema laevigata

Zicrona caerulea
(Blue Shield Bug)


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