Taylorilygus apicalis (Fieber, 1861)

Capsus (Deraeocoris) uruguayensis Berg, 1878, Lygus apicalis Lindberg, 1958, Lygus apicalis innotatus Poppius, 1912, Lygus apicalis inops Horváth, 1894, Lygus apicalis roseotincta Stichel, 1958, Lygus apicalis rufoviridis Poppius, 1912, Lygus apicalis unicolor Stichel, 1958, Lygus apicallis Ehanno, 1960, Lygus carolinae Reuter, 1876, Lygus immitis Distant, 1904, Lygus neovalesicus Bergroth, 1912, Lygus olivaceus viridusculus Knight, 1917, Lygus osiris Kirkaldy, 1902, Lygus pallidulus Miyamoto & Lee, 1966, Lygus pubens Distant, 1904, Lygus putoni Meyer-Dür, 1872, Taylorilygus carolinae (Reuter, 1876), Taylorilygus godmani (Distant, 1893), Taylorilygus gryllus (Girault, 1936), Taylorilygus immitis (Distant, 1904), Taylorilygus innotatus (Poppius, 1912), Taylorilygus inops (Horvath, 1894), Taylorilygus neovalesicus (Bergroth, 1912), Taylorilygus osiris (Kirkaldy, 1902), Taylorilygus pallidulus (Blanchard, 1852), Taylorilygus prasinus (Reuter, 1876), Taylorilygus pubens (Distant, 1904), Taylorilygus putoni (Meyer-Dur, 1870), Taylorilygus roseotinctus (Stichel, 1958), Taylorilygus rufoviridis (Poppius, 1912), Taylorilygus unicolor (Stichel, 1958), Taylorilygus uruguayensis (Berg, 1878), Taylorilygus viridiusculus (Knight, 1917)
Brokenback bug.
The Taylorilygus apicalis (Fieber, 1861) is Permitted - s11 for the whole of state and is not assigned to any control category for a local government area at this time.