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3 1 Ambush Bug

Ambush Bug

by SckelES, Brazil

Host plat: Boraginaceae

6 2 Ambush bug

Ambush bug

by Sergio MonteiroCuritiba, Paraná, Brazil

3 1 Ambush Bug

Ambush Bug

by beacantorVirginia, USA

This bug was hiding in a coneflower. It is maybe 8mm long.

13 7 Ambush Bug

Ambush Bug

by LisaAndErikRakestrawTucson, Arizona, USA

Ambush Bug, unknown genus and species

2 3 Jagged Ambush Bug

Jagged Ambush Bug

by KeithRoragenNebraska, USA

Large grassy area within mostly rural area. On Goldenrod.

10 5 Ambush bug

Ambush bug

by Sergio MonteiroCuritiba, Paraná, Brazil

Ambush bugs mating. The female is much larger than the male.

62 42 Ambush bug

Ambush bug

by textlessNew Mexico, USA

Last weekend in a small river valley near Angel Peak, NM, I saw at least 30 of ...

3 0 Ambush bugs

Ambush bugs

by RiekoSNew York, USA

Insects in the subfamily Phymatinae are ...

6 3 Ambush Bug

Ambush Bug

by LaurenZarateChiapas, Mexico

was about 6 mm in length, colored in yellows and browns. Subfamily

0 2 Ambush bug

Ambush bug

by lindistarAlgarve, Portugal

About 1 and a half cm long , flew onto the balcony this morning and landed on a ...

2 3 jagged ambush bug

jagged ambush bug

by kathleen.lynEagle, Wisconsin, USA

tiny green and brown assassin bug nymph

7 3 Ambush Bug

Ambush Bug

by TomLandMartinsville, Indiana, USA

1/8" long mostly green with yellow spot on it's back sitting on a Fleabane ...

1 0 Jagged ambush bug (nymph)

Jagged ambush bug (nymph)

by Aaron_GTulsa, Oklahoma, USA

Phymatinae are 5–12 millimeters (0.20–0.47 ...

1 2 Ambush Bug Nymph

Ambush Bug Nymph

by CarolSnowMilnePennsylvania, USA

(assassin bugs), Subfamily: Phymatinae ...

0 5 Jagged Ambush Bug

Jagged Ambush Bug

by BrandonBlountColorado, USA

The flower is Helianthus petiolaris or more commonly called the Prairie ...

4 6 Ambush Bug

Ambush Bug

by CourtneyVerkBelleville, Ontario, Canada

Insects in the subfamily Phymatinae are ...

0 1 Ambushbug

Ambushbug

by Jorge4Yucatán, Mexico

Tiny, about 3 mm long, looking like a flower of West Indies flower.

0 2 Jagged ambush bug

Jagged ambush bug

by Maria dBChapel Hill, North Carolina, USA

These insects lie in wait for prey relying on their superb camouflage. Armed ...

7 3 Jagged ambush bug

Jagged ambush bug

by Aaron_GTulsa, Oklahoma, USA

Scutellum triangular and shorter than pronotum, anterior tarsi small but ...

1 0 Jagged Ambush Bug

Jagged Ambush Bug

by ForestDragonVirginia, USA

Small insect with green and brown coloration. Raptorial front legs. Predatory. ...

12 8 Pennsylvania Ambush Bugs Mating

Pennsylvania Ambush Bugs Mating

by beaker98Illinois, USA

Insects in the subfamily Phymatinae are ...

4 4 ambush bug eating a honey bee

ambush bug eating a honey bee

by textlessNew Mexico, USA

A few hours and a few miles from all the yellow ambush bugs ...

5 10 Jagged Ambush Bug

Jagged Ambush Bug

by dandoucetteNiagara Falls, Ontario, Ontario, Canada

1cm, raptorial forelegs, ambush bugs routinely capture prey ten or more times ...

1 2 Jagged Ambush Bug

Jagged Ambush Bug

by CindyBinghamKeiserSan Diego, California, USA

Small red and yellow bug with jagged, armor.

0 0 Ambush Bug

Ambush Bug

Ohio, USA

About 1.5cm long. Was sitting on this Black Eyed Susan when I found it. ...

2 2 Jagged Ambush Bug

Jagged Ambush Bug

by LatimeriaOhio, USA

Small, robust, and colored in mostly yellow, with a little brown.

3 3 Jagged Ambush Bug

Jagged Ambush Bug

by Gordon DietzmanRoseville, Minnesota, USA

Phymata is derived from the Greek "Phyma", which means tumor or swelling--and ...

2 1 Jagged Ambush Bug

Jagged Ambush Bug

by Gordon DietzmanRoseville, Minnesota, USA

Phymata is derived from the Greek "Phyma", which means tumor or swelling--and ...

0 0 Jagged Ambush Bug

Jagged Ambush Bug

by Gordon DietzmanRoseville, Minnesota, USA

Phymata is derived from the Greek "Phyma", which means tumor or swelling--and ...

7 5 Ambush bug

Ambush bug

by asergioQuatro Barras, Paraná, Brazil

Another one for my what-the-heck-is-this list. Around 2 cm (4/5 of an inch). ...

1 1 Assassin Bug

Assassin Bug

by pamsaiSan José, Cartago, Costa Rica

, Rhiginia, Sinea, Triatoma, and Zelus), ambush bugs (subfamily

1 0 Pennsylvania Ambush Bugs with prey (Fly)

Pennsylvania Ambush Bugs with prey (Fly)

by ForestDragonNew York, USA

Small, distinctly shaped insects. Females larger than males and and tend to be ...

2 0 Pennsylvania Ambush Bug with prey (Yellowjacket)

Pennsylvania Ambush Bug with prey (Yellowjacket)

by ForestDragonNew York, USA

Small, uniquely shaped bugs with grasping front legs. Able to take much larger ...

54 41 Jagged Ambush Bug nymph

Jagged Ambush Bug nymph

by CindyBinghamKeiserEscondido, California, USA

When I looked at the Buckwheat flowers, there was one small spot that appeared ...

4 3 Jagged Ambush Bug

Jagged Ambush Bug

by a.vicente419New York, USA

Very gorgeous insect! Its coloration is golden yellow, brown, and black, which ...

0 0 Assassin Bug

Assassin Bug

by KitchilPusCebu, Philippines

Adult insects range from about 4.0 to 40 mm, depending on the species. They ...

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