Over all length 6 - 7mm. Very like Phytocoris ulmi but with a thicker first antennal segment and more longitudinal markings on the forewings.
Mainly grasslands where they feed on the flowers and fruits of a variety of plants.
Status and distribution
Fairly common and widespread in southern Britain but uncommon in the north. Common in Nottinghamshire and at Netherfield Lagoons.
Best time to see
June to October.