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Assassin or Damsel Bug nymph? - Zelus tetracanthus

Assassin or Damsel Bug nymph? - Zelus tetracanthus
Seattle, King County, Washington, USA
Size: 7mm
I don't have a date for this one, unfortunately. If an ID can't be made, I'll frass this one.
Thanks

Moved
Moved from Zelus tetracanthus.

Moved
Moved from nymphs.

Moved
Moved from Zelus.

Moved
Moved from True Bugs.

Zelus sp.
One of the few assassin bugs in the Pacific Northwest. It is indeed a nymph.

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