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Assassin Bug at black light - Narvesus carolinensis

Assassin Bug at black light - Narvesus carolinensis
Picture Rocks, NW of Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, USA
July 28, 2008
Size: more than 1 cm

Moved from Assassin Bugs.

N. carolinensis...
based on the larger size and range. Diaditus is unknown west of TX.

maybe pictipes?

Narvesus carolinensis in the BG looks about the same :-[

Moved from True Bugs.

I haven't seen anything like this here in town! Hey, where is the town of "Pi?" Sorry, you might want to edit the location:-)

ah, the mysterious π
It's Picture Rocks, NW of Tucson, some glitch in the automated fill-in that I'm using. I was trying my black light on our fence to the Long-horn pasture, hoping for dung beetles, but none of those showed up

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