Very interesting Dysdercus cingulatus and True bug | Animal 08
Hello my friend, have a nice day, today I am back exploring the forest to hunt several species of small animals and don't forget to bring my smartphone camera and macro lens so I can take some pictures of several species of small animals, and at that time I found several species of dysdercus cingulatus and True bugs.
And at that moment I immediately took some pictures of these two species and on this occasion today I am back again showing some collections of these small animal species, and you can see them below.
Dysdercus cingulatus is a species of true bug in the family Pyrrhocoridae, commonly known as the red cotton stainer. It is a serious pest of cotton crops, the adults and older nymphs feeding on the emerging bolls and the cotton seeds as they mature, transmitting cotton-staining fungi as they do so.Wikipedia
And on the occasion of today I also found this little animal that is True bugs species and at that time I took some pictures of this species crawling on one of the wild leaves.
The true bugs are an order of insects. Biologists call true bugs the Hemiptera. There are around 80,000 species of true bugs. The word bug by itself can have other meanings. There are many different kinds of true bugs, some of which are aphids, cicadas, planthoppers, shield bugs, and others.Wikipedia
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