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Family Reduviidae - Assassin Bugs

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Emesaya brevipennis Stick Bug ID - Barce fraterna Very small Phasmid? - Pseudometapterus umbrosus Pale assassin hatchling - Stenolemus Thread legged assassin bug? Thread legged assassin bug? Thread-legged Bug - Barce Phasmatocoris labyrinthicus - male

Assassin Bug - Zelus luridus Savannas assassin - Apiomerus floridensis Arilus cristatus, wheel bug - Arilus cristatus Tree cricket nymph? - Zelus luridus Zelus? - Zelus renardii - female Spider maybe? - Arilus cristatus Acholla multispinosa Wheel Bug - Arilus cristatus

Assassin Bug - Microtomus purcis Microtomus luctuosus (Stal) - Microtomus luctuosus Microtomus purcis Microtomus purcis (Drury) - Microtomus purcis Reduviid - Homalocoris unknown beetle - Microtomus purcis Black and white bug - Microtomus purcis Homalocoris Assassin Bug Nymph - Homalocoris

Black Corsair - Melanolestes picipes - male assassin bug: genus rasahus - Rasahus biguttatus Assassin Bug - Sirthenea carinata Black Corsair - Melanolestes picipes Melanolestes at lights - Melanolestes picipes Assassin bug?  - Rasahus biguttatus Assassin Bug - Rasahus biguttatus Bug - Melanolestes picipes - female

Jagged Ambush Bug - Phymata pennsylvanica - male Jagged Ambush Bug - Phymata pennsylvanica - male ambush bug - Phymata Mating season - Phymata pennsylvanica - male Bug found on Queen Anne's Lace in Vermont eating Honey Bee - Phymata americana Phymata IMG_0618 - Phymata Jagged Ambush Bug (Phymata sp.) nymph - Phymata 10/5 Bug - Phymata pennsylvanica

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