Jewel Bugs

Jewel Bugs

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Caption: Colorful Jewel Bugs (Lampromica sp., in family Scutellaridae) adorn the underside of a woodland understory shrub in Angophora-Callitris-Corymbia woodland on sandstone, Central Queensland Highlands, Australia. These sap-sucking bugs form non-feeding clusters during hot dry periods, spreading out to feed again when conditions improve.

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