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Photo#72728
bug - Zelus luridus

bug - Zelus luridus
Collegedale, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA
August 12, 2006
Sp.?

Moved
Moved from Zelus.

Assassin bug, I believe
- looks like genus Zelus (below), but we don't have many species identified yet.


 
I agree.
Zelus it is. I will try and get over to that page and see what species I can fathom:-) Update: probably Z. luridus, as this is the most common (only?) eastern species with prominent shoulder spines.

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