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Green Lynx with prey - Peucetia viridans

Green Lynx with prey - Peucetia viridans
Fort Bragg, Cumberland County, North Carolina, USA
July 16, 2005
Lots of green lynx here this summer, and they're getting bigger. I'm not sure what this one caught?

Moved from Eastern Variations.

Sure looks like a bee's tongue hanging out

Bumble bee.
Pretty certain this is a bumble bee it has caught. Only other possibility would be Anthophora abrupta, but the pollen baskets suggest Bombus instead.

definitely a bee of some sort

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