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matthewherron

Date

September 23, 2012

Description

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krosenthal

Date

May 30, 2012 10:22 AM EDT

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codyhough

Date

May 10, 2016

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jlmichael

Date

April 18, 2016 04:50 PM CDT

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What

Orange Assassin Bug Pselliopus barberi

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lakekoshare

Date

April 15, 2016

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francisco3

Date

April 12, 2016 10:44 AM HST

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Date

April 10, 2016

Description

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What

Orange Assassin Bug Pselliopus barberi

Observer

lepalot

Date

April 30, 2011

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What

Spine-Collared Assassin Bug Pselliopus spinicollis

Observer

alice_abela

Date

March 20, 2015 03:21 PM PDT

Description

Burton Mesa Ecological Reserve, Santa Barbara County, California

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What

Spine-Collared Assassin Bug Pselliopus spinicollis

Observer

alice_abela

Date

April 3, 2014 02:57 PM PDT

Description

Assassin Bug (Pselliopus spinicollis) - Nymph

Burton Mesa Ecological Reserve, Santa Barbara County, California

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franko

Date

August 22, 2015

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hannawacker

Date

April 26, 2006
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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.

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