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Insect and Spider Identification: CLOSED: tiny blue-black beetles, & pink nymphs? in night cluster , 3 by spoonlegs

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spoonlegs wrote:
Here are two more dorsal photos, one of which shows "dimples" in the black exoskeleton; followed by three photos of their underbellies (ventral view), . The ventral red "Y" seems to be enlarging as the nymphs develop. Some of the larger nymphs (not shown) are still that pink-red color all over. Hmmm.

I haven't seen any adults yet; isn't this unusually slow development?


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