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|Adrodemus noualhieri (Reuter 1896)|
Adrodemus noualhieri ( 1cm long) is a very common mirid of Cretan fauna. It feeds on plant juices but it is not harmful to cultivated plants. I found it more often on branched asphodelus (Asphodelus ramosa). I posted another image on WS with Aphodelus ramosus flowers.
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- [2016-02-24 9:15]
Hi Nikos,great macro of this insect born very early during this warm winter,perfect capture well exposed and very sharp on the asphodelus flower,i like it! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
very nice composition with this bug
thanks gr lou