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Recent observations

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gaudettelaura

Date

July 22, 2015

Description

P. cinctus vs. P. barberi

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marvin

Date

July 12, 2015

Description

Assassin Bug Nymph

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Square

Observer

chlorophilia

Date

July 2, 2015

Description

I found this insect interacting with the seeds of dock (Rumex sp).

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allenratzlaff

Date

June 28, 2015 03:47 PM EDT

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Square

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maractwin

Date

June 27, 2015 09:21 AM EDT

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Square

Observer

maractwin

Date

June 27, 2015 11:18 AM EDT

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Square

What

Spine-Collared Assassin Bug Pselliopus spinicollis

Date

June 25, 2015

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Square

Observer

d_b

Date

August 10, 2014

Description

Juvenil alimentándose en flor de Opuntia sp

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Square

Observer

cedric_lee

Date

June 5, 2015

Photos / Sounds

What

Orange Assassin Bug Pselliopus barberi

Observer

aaronramon

Date

May 29, 2015 01:00 PM CDT

Description

Observed on the bench at the spring along the Goodwater Trail/San Gabriel River Park.

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Observer

cgritz

Date

May 20, 2015

Photos / Sounds

What

Orange Assassin Bug Pselliopus barberi

Observer

vilseskog

Date

May 10, 2015
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Description from Wikipedia

Pselliopus is a common genus of assassin bug family (Reduviidae), in the subfamily Harpactorinae. The genus is restricted to the New World, with 22 species described. Some species, such as Pselliopus barberi, are conspicuous because of their bright coloring and relatively large size. Some species of the genus are of interest as potential biological pest control agents.

No range data available.