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Tribe Harpactorini

 
 
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Assassin bug - Acholla multispinosa Assassin bug - Acholla multispinosa What is it?  Ohio - Acholla multispinosa Assassin Bug - Acholla multispinosa  Acholla multispinosa - Acholla multispinosa Pale bug--assassin? - Acholla Hoplistoscelis pallescens? - Acholla multispinosa Hoplistoscelis pallescens? - Acholla multispinosa

Wheel bug (portrait) - Arilus cristatus Wheel Bug - Arilus cristatus Wheel Bug (trying to) prey on a Leaf-legged bug. - Arilus cristatus Bug with a Mohawk on Porch - Arilus cristatus ants, nest and juveniles on Rainier cherry tree - Arilus cristatus Mating Wheel bugs- Arilus cristatus - Arilus cristatus - male - female Another shot of the Dino Bug. - Arilus cristatus Wheel Bug - Arilus cristatus

Three Spined Assassin Bug - Atrachelus cinereus Assassin bug - Atrachelus cinereus - male Assassin bug - Atrachelus cinereus Assassin bug - Atrachelus cinereus Assassin bug - Atrachelus cinereus Assassin bug - Atrachelus cinereus Assassin bug - Atrachelus cinereus Assassin bug - Atrachelus cinereus

Which Bug ? - Castolus ferox - male Which Bug ? - Castolus ferox - male Which Bug ? - Castolus ferox - female Reduviid - Castolus ferox - male   reduviidae - Castolus ferox - male Castolus ferox - male A True Bug - Castolus ferox Castolus ferox? - Castolus ferox

Z renardii? - Doldina interjungens 200538 - Doldina interjungens ? - Doldina interjungens Slender orange bug with long antennae and legs - an Assassin bug - Doldina interjungens - Doldina interjungens Florida damselbug? - Doldina interjungens Florida damselbug? - Doldina interjungens Florida damselbug? - Doldina interjungens Doldina interjungens

 
 
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