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Assassin bug nymph

Zelus Renardii

Notes:

in the first photo you can see the nymph and at the second one you can see the adult insect

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4 Comments

FotisAngel
FotisAngel 6 years ago

oops...i did it again!!!!

bayucca
bayucca 6 years ago

Assassin not Assasin ;-)... Thanks!

FotisAngel
FotisAngel 6 years ago

already did it..thank you so much for your help.it was my first time that i saw its nymph.this bug invented greece the last years

bayucca
bayucca 6 years ago

Nice find! Nymphs are always tricky to ID, so best thing is to see also the adult nearby. You should change your common name in Assassin Bug Nymph. Leafhopper is from a completely different family (Cicadellidae). Yours is Reduviidae.

FotisAngel
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FotisAngel

Χανιά, Κρήτη, Greece

Spotted on Jun 13, 2014
Submitted on Sep 23, 2014

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