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Photo#467451
Tiny Mantid like bug. - Lophoscutus prehensilis

Tiny Mantid like bug. - Lophoscutus prehensilis
Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas, USA
October 24, 2010
Size: 1/2"

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Tiny Mantid like bug. - Lophoscutus prehensilis Tiny Mantid like bug. - Lophoscutus prehensilis Tiny Mantid like bug. - Lophoscutus prehensilis Tiny Mantid like bug. - Lophoscutus prehensilis

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To summarize comments on the other images...
...it seems that at least a couple of us think this looks like an Ambush Bug in the genus Lophoscutus.

 
Yes from the other photos I s
Yes from the other photos I saw I would have to agree with that. Are they very common?

 
Hmm... don't really know...
Ambush Bugs are common enough where I live, but I've never seen Lophoscutus before. It might be that they are found only in the western half of the country.

Others may be able to tell you more.

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