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Photo#114086
Nymph

Nymph
Ozark Mountains, Searcy County, Arkansas, USA
May 30, 2007
Size: 10 mm
Found in garden bed mulch.

Moved
Moved from Broad-headed Bugs.

Family Alydidae
Will give Family Alydidae a goes unless someone else can ID this nymph further.

Hyalymenus tarsatus?
Thanks for the help, Edward. I was clueless.

Based upon this image:

I'd say it was Hyalymenus tarsatus, but am still very uncertain. I'd appreciate confirmation or correction before moving. Thanks ... Marvin.

 
bug
certainly looks right, however, i am no good with bugs... family is often the best i can do.

broad-headed bug nymph...
hello neighbor... check out family Alydidae

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