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Bug A 5.26.17 - Triatoma rubida - female

Bug A 5.26.17 - Triatoma rubida - Female
Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
May 26, 2017
Size: 19 mm head to abdomen tip
Reduviidae?

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I'm thinking Triatoma rubida
I'm thinking Triatoma rubida. As per CDC Chagas website info.

 
Possibly...
...but I think the experts should make that call.

 
You are correct of course.
You are correct of course. I am in no way an expert.

Jack

Triatoma?
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Thanks for your help. Yes, I
Thanks for your help. Yes, I'm confident it is a Triatoma. Just not certain which species.

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