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Mating bugs - Neoneides muticus

Mating bugs - Neoneides muticus
Harvard, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
June 9, 2005

Moved from Stilt Bugs.

Stilt Bugs
I tried to get a shot of these last night, but it was too dark. All the ones I saw were mating in a straight line....butt too butt...not on top like these ones.

Neoneides muticus, i believe

Stilt Bugs
Thanks Lynette, I knew these were true bugs, but it's the first time I saw this kind, and didn't know which ones they were.

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