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Notostira elongata

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Kingdom  Animalia
Class  Insecta
Suborder  Heteroptera
Rank  Species
Phylum  Arthropoda
Order  Hemiptera
Family  Miridae
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Similar  Stenodema laevigata, Stenodema, Closterotomus fulvomaculatus, Megaloceroea recticornis, Capsodes gothicus

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Notostira elongata is a species of bugs from a Miridae family, subfamily Mirinae. It is found everywhere in Europe except for Albania, Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, various islands (except Britain I., where it is abundant).

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Description

Adult size is 7.5–8.0 millimetres (0.30–0.31 in). The species have longitudinal furrow between the eyes, and are yellowish-green. Their prothorax is unpunctured and smooth, with dense dark hairs.

Ecology

The species live two generations. The females change colour in fall, by becoming pinker, and larger. Both male and female species mate during winter, following by an egg development in spring.

References

Notostira elongata Wikipedia


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