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Photo#525083
Brown bug ID - Hoplistoscelis pallescens

Brown bug ID - Hoplistoscelis pallescens
Wilton, Inland Barrens, Saratoga County, New York, USA
May 29, 2011
Size: 1/8 inch
This is highly frassable, but I was curious as to what this is the youngster of, if it isn't some vestigal winged thing. Had no idea. It did look like a flightless crane fly to me at first. THANK YOU!! Kenny

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Makes me think of Nabidae


Not necessarily the illustrated species, of course.

Hold out to hear what the experts have to say.

 
Ken
will hold out, but I think your hot on the lead. Awesome. So annoyed that this image stinks.

An
immature seed bug of some kind?

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