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Damsel Bug - Lasiomerus annulatus

Damsel Bug - Lasiomerus annulatus
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
November 22, 2010
Size: 6-8mm
This must be a clandestine assassin, as I have not had any luck browsing for wing or pronotum shape, color pattern, et al. Of course, the other possibility is it's not an assassin. Yeah, right.

Ken's right, of course. nice bug, Bob
Moved from True Bugs.

How about a Damsel Bug?
Looks a bit like Lasiomerus annulatus:

You'll want to wait for expert confirmation/correction, though.

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