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Last updated 08/15/2005
  Insects of Coal Oil Point > Guide > Heteroptera > Miridae 

Miridae - Leaf or Plant Bugs

Miridae is the largest family of true bugs. They primarily live on vegetation. Most leaf bugs feed on plants, while a few are predaceous on other insects.

The Coal Oil Point collection contains eight species of Plant bugs.


Leaf Bug Photos
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