Genus Agriopocoris

Agriopocoris species are dark, dorsally flattened coreids that are often mistaken for Flat Bugs (Aradidae).  Most of the adults are wingless and resemble nymphs, though winged forms do occur.  The adults are usually around 8-12mm bodylength.  Four species are listed in Australia.

Agriopocoris sp.  (male)
Mid November 2012
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart
Hiding under bark.
 

Agriopocoris sp. (female)
Late January 2012
Mount Wellington
Agriopocorinae

Agriopocoris sp.  (female)
Mid January 2013
Sisters Beach, Rocky Cape National Park

Agriopocoris sp.
Early January 2015
Sisters Beach, Rocky Cape National Park
 

Agriopocoris sp. (copula)
Late January 2014
Mount Wellington

 

Agriopocoris sp. (male above, female below)
Mid November 2014
This pair was found on the forest floor as is. Speculatively, it might be the male is mate-guarding?
   

Agriopocoris sp. (later instar nymph)
Late January 2014
Mount Wellington

Agriopocoris sp. (later instar nymph)
Late September 2014
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart

Early September 2016
The Domain, Hobart

Early September 2016
The Domain, Hobart

Early November 2021
Kingston
On Acacia dealbata

IMG 1074

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Single egg found on rush 13/11/23
Scamander

IMG 9297  IMG 9300

Emergence 8/12/23
IMG 9529  IMG 9520  IMG 9521  IMG 9523  IMG 9525  IMG 9530  IMG 9531  IMG 9532  IMG 9533

December 16, 2023
IMG 9550  IMG 9551  IMG 9552  IMG 9554