Classification Order: Heteroptera Family: Miridae
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Length 7- 8 mm
Variable appearance may be attricuted to Male Female differences (Dimorphic)
Males - Darker than more orange Females , The front and rear margins of the pronotum are narrowly pale. Cuneus is variable and the sides of the scutellum paler in both sexes.
Legs have Tibial banding similar to D. olivaceus, a species which is olive brown and has has long hairs on the sides of has long hairs on the sides and has preference and found on hawthorn.
Host-plants are field maple and sycamore and may frequently be encountered on other trees and shrubs.