Phylus melanocephalus (Linnaeus 1767) (Family Miridae)

Length: Male 4.6-5.5mm, Female 5.2-6.1mm
Egg Nymph Adult
(Winter) May - June May - August
(Earliest: 31.5)

Biotopes:
Hedge Rows

Beech Forest
Food:
(Monophagous)

Quercus robur Juices
Possible Food:
Aphididae

Other Insecta

British Bugs: Phylus melanocephalus
Nature Spot: Phylus melanocephalus


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