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Assassin? - Pygolampis pectoralis

Assassin? - Pygolampis pectoralis
Brazos Bend State Park, Fort Bend County, Texas, USA
December 13, 2008

Moved from Pygolampis.

V's right...
It's P. pectoralis. First antennal segment is approx. 2x anteocular distance.

Dr. Swanny. and v.

Thanks v. and Eric.
Moved from True Bugs.

Pygolampis cf. pectoralis, i suppose
[the nymphs, arguably, too]

I can't recall the genus name offhand, sorry.

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