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Family Reduviidae - Assassin Bugs

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Thread-legged Bug - Empicoris Emesaya brevipennis Thread-legged Bug Stenolemus Assassin Bug - Stenolemus - Stenolemus lanipes Thread-legged bug from Oakland, CA - Empicoris rubromaculatus Stilt bug ?? Thread-legged Bug Gracile bug - Empicoris

Assassin Bug - Rhynocoris ventralis Assassin Bug - Zelus renardii Assassin Bug - Zelus renardii assassin bug - Sinea rileyi Utah-Zelus - Zelus tetracanthus Apiomerus longispinis assassin bug - Sinea Apiomerus eggs - Apiomerus montanus

Strange Assassin nymph - Microtomus purcis Strange Assassin nymph - Microtomus purcis Assassin Bug - Microtomus purcis Microtomus luctuosus (Stal) - Microtomus luctuosus Assassin Bug? - Homalocoris erythrogaster Assassin Bug? - Homalocoris erythrogaster Assassin Bug (Homalocoris sp.) adult and 2 nymphs - Homalocoris Microtomus luctuosus

Western Corsair Bug - Rasahus thoracicus assassin bug: genus rasahus - Rasahus biguttatus Assassin Bug ? - Rasahus hamatus Rasahus hamatus Assassin Bug ? - Sirthenea carinata Black Corsair - Melanolestes picipes Melanolestes picipes True bug ID, nymph I'm assuming - Rasahus

Jagged Ambush Bugs mating - Phymata - male - female Plenty of hands - Phymata pennsylvanica - male - female slurp... - Phymata Unknown Bug - Phymata Little Orange Bug - Phymata pennsylvania ambush bug - Phymata pennsylvanica - male  Phymata  - Phymata JAGGED AMBUSH BUG - Phymata pennsylvanica?? - Phymata

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