Miridae Plant Bug?

Found this little guy last week while rolling around in the grass looking for insects. It is October but as I wrote last week we have had a mild autumn and a lot of bugs that would have fled by now are still hanging around. After some research I think this is a Miridae bug but to be more specific a plant bug.
I made basic adjustments in Lightroom and used 52mm extension tube.

Let me know in the comments what you think.

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2 thoughts on “Miridae Plant Bug?

  1. Nice bug. I try to look for these early in the morning when they are still a bit dozy. Once it warms up they can be a bit skittish. Is there a Polish equivalent of BugGuide.net?

    • I am not sure Andrew I would have to see if there is. Mostly I reverse image search my pics and then see what others there are with bugs like mine, pretty good system but sometimes it doesn’t work.

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