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Spider/Assassin bug


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#1 Offline Ants Galore - Posted February 25 2018 - 9:52 AM

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Pictures: https://imgur.com/a/BOlTR

The spider was caught under a rock in a wooded area.

The assassin bug was found in the same wooded area on the walkway.

 



#2 Offline mbullock42086 - Posted August 11 2019 - 1:53 AM

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can't see the spider clearly enough but resembles apomastus sp. mygalomorphae.

the assassin is a juv apiomerus sp. can't be sure they all look the same as nymphs.  the apiomerus needs some sort of sticky plant to load its legs with adhesive sap/nectar, they like rabbitbrush and tarplant






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