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sarah in the woods
sarah in the woods 9 years ago

I can find lists of reduviidae species on encyclopedia of life and discover life but not pictures of everything. The closest I can find is zelus luridus, but that doesn't seem to be it. Couldn't find a match on here either.

Diaz José Miguel
Diaz José Miguel 9 years ago

yep I would go for reduviidae

sarah in the woods
sarah in the woods 9 years ago

Ok, thanks. I'll look into it.

C. Hedstrom
C. Hedstrom 9 years ago

From the picture it looks like it has a piercing sucking mouthpart, which puts it into Order Hemiptera. Plecoptera have chewing mouthparts. It has flat wings like a stonefly, but it looks like perhaps a Reduviidae or Nabidae.

Knoxville, Tennessee, USA

Spotted on Nov 7, 2013
Submitted on Nov 28, 2013

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