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Damsel bug? - Metatropiphorus belfragii

Damsel bug? - Metatropiphorus belfragii
Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
July 20, 2004
Looks like a species of Damsel bug...perhaps even this type. Can anyone confirm?

Metatropiphorus belfragei Reuter 1872
Moved from Damsel Bugs.

enlarged anteriour femora
point to Nabidae, indeed!

Hoo-boy.
I would be more tempted to say Miridae, but you could be right. I'd need more images of various anatomical parts to be positive one way or another. If you have more shots, please post them and link them. Thanks!

 
Hey Eric
I've got a few extra shots...should I be focusing on certain areas? lemme know...

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