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Tribe Herdoniini

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Bug ID Request - Paraxenetus guttulatus Paraxenetus guttulatus (Uhler) - Paraxenetus guttulatus Bug - Paraxenetus guttulatus Bug under leaf - Paraxenetus guttulatus Bug with really long hind legs. Any pointers for ID? - Paraxenetus guttulatus Bug with really long hind legs. Any pointers for ID? - Paraxenetus guttulatus Bug with really long hind legs. Any pointers for ID? - Paraxenetus guttulatus broad-headed bug? - Paraxenetus guttulatus

Unknown true bug - Barberiella formicoides Ant mimic - Barberiella formicoides Ant mimic - Barberiella formicoides Barberiella - Barberiella formicoides ant mimic?  - Barberiella formicoides The most striking antlike mirid - Barberiella formicoides The most striking antlike mirid - Barberiella formicoides The most striking antlike mirid - Barberiella formicoides The most striking antlike mirid - Barberiella formicoides The most striking antlike mirid - Barberiella formicoides

Ant-like insect nymph? - Mexicomiris texanus Ant-like insect nymph? - Mexicomiris texanus Mexicomiris texanus Carvalho - Mexicomiris texanus Mexicomiris texanus Carvalho - Mexicomiris texanus Mexicomiris texanus Carvalho - Mexicomiris texanus ant-mimic - Mexicomiris texanus

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