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Damsel Bug  nymph (Nabidae)

Damsel Bug nymph (Nabidae)
Baiting Hollow, Sufflok County, New York, USA
August 24, 2008
Size: about 2-3 mm.

Moved from Damsel Bugs.

It looks
like an assassin nymph. Maybe something in Zelus but I haven't seen one like this before. Maybe Eric will have a comment for you.

Not Reduviidae.
This is the nymph of a damsel bug in the family Nabidae.

Thanks Eric
once again for ID help.

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