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Family Reduviidae - Assassin Bugs

 
 
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Thread-legged bug foraging in spider web - Stenolemus lanipes unidentified walking stick Barce Reduviidae, lateral - Empicoris errabundus bug Subfamily Emesinae - Thread-legged Bugs Barce (sp.)? And if so, which? - Barce stick

Bee Assassin?? - Apiomerus crassipes Synea sp. - Sinea Velcro bug.. - Zelus tetracanthus Red Eyes - Zelus luridus Bee Assassin? - Apiomerus crassipes Looks like something out of Science Fiction - Arilus cristatus nymph - Zelus tetracanthus Apiomerus longispinis? - Apiomerus longispinis

Strange Assassin nymph - Microtomus purcis Florida Reduvidae - Microtomus purcis Florida Reduvidae - Microtomus purcis Microtomus luctuosus (Stål) - Microtomus luctuosus Microtomus purcis (Drury) - Microtomus purcis red white and black unknown bug - Microtomus purcis Assassin - Microtomus purcis - Microtomus purcis ID Help - Microtomus purcis

Melanolestes picipes - male Assassin Bug - Melanolestes picipes A fekete poloskaalakú - Melanolestes picipes Black Corsair - Melanolestes picipes Assassin Bug - Melanolestes picipes 822W06 - Rasahus hamatus 901W05 - Rasahus hamatus Corsair Assassin - Sirthenea carinata

Here's the bugs - Phymata fasciata Jagged Ambush Bug - Phymata fasciata Ménage à trois - Phymata americana Probable jagged ambush bug - Phymata americana ??? - Phymata Phymata pacifica? - Phymata pacifica Jagged Ambush Bug - Phymata pacifica Ambush bug nymph on flower - Phymata

 
 
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