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Rasahus biguttatus, I presume?  An assassin bug nymph. - Rasahus

Rasahus biguttatus, I presume? An assassin bug nymph. - Rasahus
Lake Granbury, Hood County, Texas, USA
December 8, 2007
Compare with http://bugguide.net/node/view/9271. Are there any similar species for which it could be mistaken?

Moved
Moved from Rasahus biguttatus.

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Do not handle these. They bite instantly and it burns like a red hot poker!

What a...
beauty!!!

 
Agreed
Very dapper, prior to a dramatic change in shape. Nice shot!

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