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Colorado Springs, El paso County, Colorado, USA
May 17, 2017
Size: Body 1/4-1/2"
Reminds me of a lacewing, because of head and eyes...but no wings. Seemed very aware of me. I have video.

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Predatory Preditory?

Moved from ID Request. ID given, image not needed for guide.

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"Predatory"! Sorry...
"Predatory"! Sorry...

An assassin bug in the genus Zelus, likely Z. luridus. It is a nymph and will have wings as an adult.

Thank you very much!!
Thank you very much!!

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