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Family Reduviidae - Assassin Bugs

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Thread legged Bug - Empicoris Stenolemus Assassin Bug - Stenolemus - Stenolemus Thread-legged Bug - Barce Empicoris perhaps - Empicoris errabundus Leavenworth Stilt-legger - Barce fraterna - female Gracile bug - Empicoris Phasmatocoris labyrinthicus - male Empicoris-errabundus? - Empicoris

true bug ID - Apiomerus Wheelbug - Arilus cristatus Spiny Assassin Bug - Sinea spinipes Red Bull Assassin - Repipta taurus Rhynocoris ventralis? - Rhynocoris ventralis Wheel bug - Arilus cristatus 23june2012-bug1 - Apiomerus crassipes Reduviidae, ventral - Zelus tetracanthus

Microtomus purcis Assassin Bug? - Homalocoris erythrogaster Assassin Bug? - Homalocoris erythrogaster Microtomus purcis Microtomus purcis (Drury) - Microtomus purcis red white and black unknown bug - Microtomus purcis Reduviid - Homalocoris Homalocoris Assassin Bug Nymph - Homalocoris

Black Corsair - Melanolestes picipes - male Western Corsair Bug - Rasahus thoracicus Some kind of plant bug? - Rasahus thoracicus Black Corsair? - Melanolestes picipes - male Sirthenea carinatus ? - Sirthenea carinata - male Melanolestes picipes Black with Unusual Wings - Melanolestes picipes  Black Corsair - Melanolestes picipes

Bug - unident - Phymata Bug - Phymata Jagged Ambush Bug - Phymata Can the prey be identified? - Phymata Bug found on Queen Anne's Lace in Vermont eating Honey Bee - Phymata americana Reduviid - Phymata noualhieri - female ambush bug - Phymata fasciata Small non flying prehistoric looking - Phymata

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