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Lygus Pratensis (40)
mariki Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 838 W: 60 N: 2307] (9477)
Lygus pratensis

Size: 6-8mm

It is the most common species of this species of this genus and widespread all over Europe, Nothern Africa, the Middle East, Nothern India, China and Siberia. In Great Britain single brooded, on the continent double brooded in Central and Southern parts. More common in high growing herbs and other medium sized plants than in trees. The adults appear in late summer and autumn and overwinter. They are able flyers and may fly great distances to find good places to spend winter in straw or mosses or under loose bark. The animal is quite variable, especially in colour. It may be rather greenish, but sometimes it is all brown. This species comes to light at night and is often caught by moth collectors in light traps.

(source: www.gardensafari.net)

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mariki Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 838 W: 60 N: 2307] (9477)
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Edited by:mariki Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 838 W: 60 N: 2307] (9477)

Just for comparison with the WS done by Nagraj

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mariki Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 838 W: 60 N: 2307] (9477)
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used levels for brightness, curves for contrast, cropped bit close and sharpness given.