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Pentatomidae sp?
Kacper
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Posted on 14-11-2019 07:53
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Hello guys.
Is it some Pentatomidae? Is that possible to identify the species?
i.imgur.com/jpemuiT.jpg
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i.imgur.com/Oj1hVP2.jpg
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i.imgur.com/8d0ByeM.jpg
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Marion Friedrich
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Hello Kacper,

this year I reared some larvae of pentatomidae. The larvae and empty egg shells looked like on your pictures. Only the colouration is different, because a part of your larvae is freshly hatched and therefore not fully coloured.
https://arthropod...sp=prasina
I think you have photographed some Palomena larvae. It might be either Palomena prasina or P. viridissima.

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Juergen Peters
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Hello,

Marion Friedrich wrote:
I think you have photographed some Palomena larvae. It might be either Palomena prasina or P. viridissima.


without knowing, where in the world these pictures were taken, it can be everything...
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Jürgen

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Marion Friedrich
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Ok, Jürgen. I assumed that the pictures were taken in Poland.

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