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Family Reduviidae - Assassin Bugs

 
 
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Stenolemus Assassin Bug - Stenolemus lanipes BG1274 D1285 - Barce BG1274 D1285 - Barce Stenolemoides arizonensis Feeding on spider. - Stenolemus lanipes Barce sp.? - Barce fraterna stick Thread-legged Bug - Empicoris

Four-Spurred Assassin Bug - Zelus tetracanthus assasin bug nymph? - Sinea strange egg case? - Arilus cristatus Asassin ??? - Sinea Assassin Bug - Zelus tetracanthus zelus luridus - Zelus luridus Can anyone nail this down further? - Sinea Apiomerus californicus - Apiomerus - male - female

Strange Assassin nymph - Microtomus purcis Strange Assassin nymph - Microtomus purcis Florida Reduvidae - Microtomus purcis Florida Reduvidae - Microtomus purcis Leaffooted Bug Nymph ? - Microtomus purcis Microtomus purcis (Drury) - Microtomus purcis Microtomus purcis Microtomus purcis

Black Corsair - Melanolestes picipes - female Orange and Black - Rasahus hamatus Unknown to me - Rasahus Assassin nymph - Rasahus Black Corsair ? - Melanolestes picipes Unknown black/red insect - Melanolestes picipes - female Bug - Rasahus hamatus Sirthenea carinata

Ambush Bug - Macrocephalus Ambush bug - Phymata Bug - Phymata Multi-colored bug, almost triangular in shape for ID - Phymata Jagged Ambush Bug - Phymata Ambush Bug with Bee - Phymata Jagged Ambush Bug - Phymata pennsylvanica - female Phymata erosa? - Phymata

 
 
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