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Photo#113976
Assassin Bug Nymph - Zelus renardii

Assassin Bug Nymph - Zelus renardii
Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
May 16, 2007
Size: 5mm
This looks very similar to one posted by David Ellsworth on October 23, 2003. I couldn't find out if this species was ever identified.

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Assassin Bug Nymph - Zelus renardii Top Side of Assassin Bug Nymph Abdomen - Zelus renardii

Moved
Moved from nymphs.

New identification based on two sources (Fracker & Usinger, 1949; Swadener & Yonke, 1975) and this set of photographs.

Moved
Moved from Pselliopus.

Moved
Based on Eric's ID.

Pselliopus sp.
Thankfully, the banded legs are characteristic of nymphs as well as adults.

 
Thanks Eric.
Thanks Eric.

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