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Family Reduviidae - Assassin Bugs

 
 
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Thread-legged Bug - Emesaya brevipennis Stenolemus Assassin Bug - Stenolemus - Stenolemus Gossamer Assasin - Stenolemus lanipes I know what this is, but decided to post it because it was a pretty exciting find. Do you know?  :) - Emesaya Empicoris Mantidfly - Empicoris Thread-legged Bug - Emesaya Subfamily Emesinae - Thread-legged Bugs

Wheel Bug - Arilus cristatus Sinea spinipes laying eggs - Sinea spinipes - female Predatory True Bug - Sinea diadema Bug - Zelus renardii Assassin Bug? - Zelus tetracanthus Assassin bug - Arilus cristatus - Arilus cristatus zelus luridus - Zelus luridus Bee Assassin - Apiomerus crassipes

Microtomus? - Microtomus purcis Microtomus purcis Leaffooted Bug Nymph ? - Microtomus purcis Microtomus luctuosus (Stal) - Microtomus luctuosus Microtomus purcis unknown beetle - Microtomus purcis Assassin bug?  - Microtomus purcis Black and white bug - Microtomus purcis

Assassin Bug Nymph, Odd-shaped head - Rasahus biguttatus Western Corsair Bug - Rasahus thoracicus Black Corsair - Melanolestes picipes - male Orange and Black - Rasahus hamatus Unknown to me - Rasahus   - Rasahus thoracicus Reduviid - Melanolestes picipes True bug ID, nymph I'm assuming - Rasahus

Ambush Bug - Macrocephalus sp. - Macrocephalus Ambush Bug Macros - Phymata Phymata - Phymata fasciata - male Jagged Ambush Bug - Phymata pennsylvanica - female Jaggad Ambush Bug rear - Phymata Light green bug (immature?) - Phymata Phymata ? - Phymata pacifica Macrocephalus

 
 
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