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Tamron 90mm macro lens
Found lots of harlequin bugs nymphs all taking shelter under leaves ,very pretty but they are pests.
The harlequin bug feeds on its host plant by sucking the plant’s juices. The literal “sucking-to-death” of the host plant results in wilting, browning, and eventual death.
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