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Widespread throughout Britain, this small bug may be found on a range of deciduous trees, in particular hazel. It is mainly predatory and feeds on other insects such as mites and aphids.
The rather forward set eyes and green mottled forewings are distinctive.
Adult: May-October in two broods
Length 3-4 mm
Berks (July 2009) ©Jonathan
Hereford (September 2007) ©Joe
(September 2008) ©Mark Dunkling