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Damsel, Assassin, or ??? - Alloeorhynchus trimacula

Damsel, Assassin, or ??? - Alloeorhynchus trimacula
Spiderweb, Aiken County, South Carolina, USA
September 4, 2011
Came to light.

Took one photo and it departed the area, must have been very camera shy.

Damsel, Assassin, or ???

Alloeorhynchus trimacula (Stein) --det. T.J. Henry
his comment: "This is a very interesting find. Too bad the specimen wasn't collected for the record. It is Alloeorhynchus trimacula (Stein), first reported in the United States from Florida by Henry and Brambila (2003. Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 105: 801-808). It is also known from Brazil, Guatemala, Mexico, and Panama."

Moved from Prostemmatinae.

wow!!!
Moved from True Bugs.

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