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Photo#74601
Assassin Bug - Zelus? - Stenopoda spinulosa

Assassin Bug - Zelus? - Stenopoda spinulosa
Beverly Hills, Citrus County, Florida, USA
August 29, 2006
Size: approx. 1 inch
Seen around 7 PM, low on the wall outside our post office. This is the largest assassin bug I've seen so far.

Moved
Moved from Stenopoda.

Moved
Moved from Assassin Bugs.

No.
Could be Stenopoda, but I'll have to check references, and that won't happen any time soon. Sorry.

 
must be S. cinerea
['cuz just one sp. listed in nearctica.com]

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