This Sunflower Seed Bug, Agonoscelis versicoloratus, was shot with a Tamron 70-300mm Macro lens with a Raynox DCR-250 converter lens for the amplification of the subject. They are pretty small insects, about 10 to 12mm in length. They feed mainly on seeds from sunflowers and can be minor pests. They are also part of the family Pentatomidae which consists of shield bugs and stink bugs. They are well armed with stink glands for protection from predators.