Red and Green Mirid Bug

Pseudopantilius australis (Walker, 1873)

This bug is plant sap-feeder but also predator of larvae of other small insects

How to identify Pseudopantilius australis?

They have a distinct, raised pronotal collar whilst the colour is greens and reds

What habitats does Pseudopantilius australis live in?

Found amongst native shrublands

What is the distribution of Pseudopantilius australis?

Most of Australia including Tasmania

How big does Pseudopantilius australis grow?

Can grow to around 12mm long or longer

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