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Incurvaria masculella, the feathered diamond-back, is a moth of the family Incurvariidae.

This mirid bug is trying to escape from my camera. Miridae are large and diverse insect family at one time known by the taxonomic synonym Capsidae. Species in the family may be referred to as capsid bugs or “mirid bugs”. Common names include plant bugs, leaf bugs, and grass bugs. It is the largest family of true bugs belonging to the suborder Heteroptera; it includes over 10,000 known species, and new ones… Read More

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