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This small bug is found widely in the UK, particularly in England, and is particularly associated with damp marshy habitats in which it feeds on the eggs of leafhoppers.
The yellow legs, greenish forewings and pale-tipped dark 1st antennal segment are characteristic. The extent of black on the pronotum is variable.
Length c3 mm
|Adult: Cambs (August 2007) ©Will George