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Biosystematic revision of the genus Apiomerus (Hemiptera: Reduviidae) in North and Central America


Revision of the crassipes and pictipes species groups of Apiomerus Hahn (Hemiptera: Reduviidae: Harpactorinae)


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Problems regarding Apiomerus


I updated some of the relevant guide pages


Apiomerus name... (Bee Assassin)


Apiomerus


No worries, Harsi...


Thanks Harsi!


Apiomerus


Could this be Apiomerus?


Reduviidae, maybe Apiomerus s


Apiomerus californicus? The s


Apiomerus californicus? The l


You're safe in Apiomerus...


Thanks!


Is it Apiomerus floridensis?


presumed Apiomerus spissipes with prey


Apiomerus


Apiomerus


Good sleuthing.


The nymphs are definitely Api


Today, I saw this image and...


Today, I saw this image and...


Resolution!


Apiomerus "montanus"


Apiomerus longispinis


Apiomerus "californicus"


Apiomerus "californicus"


From matching images eg 4416,


Apiomerus flaviventris -- Dimitri Forero det.


Apiomerus crassipes -- Dimitri Forero det.


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Definitely Apiomerus but...


Nothing confusing, at least at the family and genus level


Apiomerus sp.


Thanks and a Q


Apiomerus check


CA specimens of Apiomerus...


looks like Apiomerus crassipe


looks like Apiomerus longispi


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Assassin Bug - Apiomerus crassipes


Color less important.


It's a bee assassin


Rhiginia or Apiomerus?


Apiomerus.


Apiomerus, likely spissipes


Apiomerus?


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Looks to be


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Apiomerus flaviventris…


Apiomerus, an Assassin Bug


Not the best angle, but...


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Frassed


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Yes, it appears to be Apiomerus.


Apiomerus


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Apiomerus californicus


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Apiomerus


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Looks more like Apiomerus to me...


Apiomerus flaviventris…


Strange title


Looks like something in


It's entirely your call...


Moving to Assassins...


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Genus Apiomerus ...


Apiomerus, methinks


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Take a look at...


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Apiomerus crassipes


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Apiomerus, methinks


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Apiomerus


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Apiomerus spissipes…


Apiomerus spissipes…


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Apiomerus sp. assassin bug


Not the best angle, but...


Apiomerus flaviventris…


Apiomerus californicus?


Assassin in the genus Apiomerus


apiomerus sp


Apiomerus spissipes (Say), male


Apiomerus, methinks


Apiomerus flaviventris…


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Apiomerus, methinks


Apiomerus montanus


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Thanks! I thought it had the


must be Apiomerus


Bee Assasin


Apiomerus


Apiomerus?


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Bug


Apiomerus californicus…


Apiomerus sp.


Apiomerus


Apiomerus?


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Apiomerus sissipes


Don't try kissing


Definitely an Assassin Bug...


Assassin Bug


Bee Assassin


Assassin Bug in the Genus Apiomerus


Bug, not beetle.


Apiomerus, I reckon


There will be hundreds, if not thousands,


Apiomerus crassipes…


Apiomerus


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Reduviids


Apiomerus in New Mexico


Apiomerus spissipes


Eastern blood-sucking conenose


Assassin bug


Apiomerus?


Assassin Bug


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Apiomerus nymph


Looks like an assassin bug nymph


Apiomerus spissipes


Apiomerus


How about...


Not quite right?


Thank you!


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A. crassipes nymph


A. crassipes


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Yep, I'd say


Assassin Bug


Reduviid


Apiomerus, I expect.


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Apiomerus "californicus"


I found the link that got me


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why did you place it in floridensis?you sure it's not spissipes?


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Indeed


Piezogaster Revision


Problematic Apiomerus


Maybe


Apiomerus longispinis?


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Apiomerus spissipes


Apiomerus


Looks like


If it were mine, I'd move to Apiomerus


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Apiomerus sp. -- Dimitri Forero det.


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Not an expert, but


Fresh update...


In all likelihood...


Apiomerus...


This looks like...


Bee Assassin


Joining a little late here...


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To your questions:


IMO


Apiomerus flaviventris...


Apiomerus [an assassin bug]


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Apiomerus montanus


Apiomerus [an assassin bug]


an assassin, rather -- check Apiomerus


Bee Assassin - Apiomerus crassipes


It's a Bee Assassin...


Apiomerus "californicus"


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It's fine just the way it is.


You need to be careful with your use of the word "invalid".


How to do it


Not a problem...


Excellent!


Answers


No, a relative that hunts bugs


Apiomerus crassipes [no conenose, but same family]


Predator


Apiomerus flaviventris


Apiomerus spissipes


Apiomerus crassipes, an assassin bug


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This isn't Apiomerus...


Another puzzle...


Head scratchin'


Identification of triatoma vs apiomerus


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Apiomerus spissipes


yes, Apiomerus crassipes


can be moved to Apiomerus genus page


Apiomerus crassipes seconded


Not Apiomerus, but close.


Apiomerus of sorts, i suppose


Yes.


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Reduviidae.


Apiomerus crassipes


ID


Apiomerus


Looks like one of the


Not a kissing bug...


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It is.


Looks like


That's right. Can it be moved ?


ID


Bee assassin.


Try under assassin bugs.


You have got guts...


Apiomerus?


Certainly Apiomerus


Apiomerus flaviventris certainly looks right (yellow belly)


Wait!


Thanks, Boris!


Apiomerus


Bee Assassin?


Ding, ding, ding!


Wrong species.


Yes, Apiomerus.


Correct


A different bee assassin,


assassin bug


I believe so.


Apiomerus crassipes.


Check out genus Apiomerus


Reduviidae » Apiomerus, a Bee Assassin nymph


Check out the "other" flies!


A. spissipes


A. spissipes


Apiomerus spissipes, I believe (beautiful)


Bee Assassin


Species probably Apiomerus crassipes (NCSU listings)


This is Apiomerus, probably A. crassipes