Pending ID – Pentatomidae

#1. Unidentified early instar nymphs
Early February 2009
Collinsvale
#2. Early January 2014
Sisters Beach
#3  Oncocoris sp ?
Late February 2014
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart/nipaluna
 
#4. Mid December 2016
Peter Murrell Reserve, Blackmans Bay
 
#5. Late January 2018
Ulverstone
#6. Mid July 2018
Bridport
# 7. Early October 2019
Adams Beach, Bridport
    
#8. Nymphs and eggs.  Note the T shaped egg busters- characteristic of Pentatomids.
Late December 2019
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart
 
#9. Bug eggs collected on December 5 to observe hatching
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart
on Native Cherry (Exocarpos cupressiformis)
Look here for the Scelionid parasitoid wasps that emerged 13 days after the emerged nymph
Day 1- December 5
     

Day 4- December 8 Note that the wasp infected eggs turned black.
         

Day 6- December 10
       
Day 9 – December 13 – Hatching
Note the egg burster left on the egg.
       
Late December 2020
Mount Field National Park
IMG 6398  IMG 6400  IMG 6402  IMG 6404
Maybe a Diemenia immarginata nymph?
Early May 2021
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart/nipaluna
IMG 9474  IMG 9476