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Assassin Bug Nymph - Rasahus hamatus

Assassin Bug Nymph - Rasahus hamatus
Warren County, North Carolina, USA
October 1, 2009
I believe this is Rasahus Genus . Can it be identified to species level ?

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Genus is correct though I doubt it will go any further. Both R. hamatus and R. biguttatus are found in the area.

my two cents
I agree that it's an orange-spot assassin bug nymph. The guide says there are at least two in your region. Not sure if they can be separated visually, but I'm not an expert.

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