There are so many aspects to areas of species overlap. How does the habitat and resources utilized get partitioned? What is the nature of the zone of overlap? As we all know, biologists can argue about species concepts for eternity – one thing that is not argued over is the fact that Boisea (Box Elder Bugs) are a beautiful group of insects. When we were catching the Boisea rubrolineata in Canyon County, Idaho this weekend, many were taking flight and displaying their red abdomen – so I spread a couple specimens to celebrate their beauty!