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Family Reduviidae - Assassin Bugs

 
 
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Assassin? - Stenolemus lanipes Walking stick, stilt bug? - Barce Stenolemoides arizonensis Stenolemoides arizonensis? - Stenolemoides arizonensis Thread-Legged Assassin Bug - Empicoris Mantis? - Emesaya Barce uhleri Gracile bug - Empicoris

Nymph - Zelus luridus Assassin Bug - Arilus cristatus Assassin Bug Nymph? - Zelus longipes Wheel Bug - Arilus cristatus Assassin bug - Acholla multispinosa Wheel Bug - Arilus cristatus Assassin Bug - Zelus luridus Wheel bug nymph - Arilus cristatus

Strange Assassin nymph - Microtomus purcis Microtomus? - Microtomus purcis True Bug - Microtomus purcis Microtomus purcis Microtomus purcis Microtomus purcis Assassin - Microtomus purcis - Microtomus purcis Black and white bug - Microtomus purcis

Not the best shot - Sirthenea carinata unknown bug - Melanolestes picipes Melanolestes picipes? - Melanolestes picipes Melanolestes picipes´╝čbut a totally red abdomen? - Melanolestes picipes Corsair - Rasahus hamatus Black and Orange Corsair - Sirthenea carinata Assassin Bug - Melanolestes picipes Assassin Bug nymph? - Melanolestes picipes

Jagged Ambush Bug - Phymata pennsylvanica - male ambush bug on white sweet clover - Phymata americana Jagged Ambush Bug - Phymata americana Jaggad Ambush Bug top left - Phymata young ambush bug - Phymata 9003117 Phymata - Phymata Unknown insect on Butterfly Bush - Phymata Ambush bug maybe Phymata americana - Phymata fasciata

 
 
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