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The life of a Common Green Shieldbug – BiOME Ecology Magazine
Pattering over the veined surface of a bramble leaf comes a mottled green creature. Her back, flat and shield-shaped, is dotted with a thousand pockmarks. Within each dimple lies a sensory receptor, allowing her to feel what is going on around her while maintaining the protective characteristics of her shield. She is, of course, a …