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Old Feb 24, 2012, 8:22 AM   #1
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Old Feb 24, 2012, 10:47 AM   #2
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Awesome closeup, with all that room and they are still all bunched up.
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Real party animals!! They look like some sort of assassin bug young.
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Awesome closeup, with all that room and they are still all bunched up.
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Real party animals!! They look like some sort of assassin bug young.
Thanks Clint. Just found it strange to have two different looking bugs hanging out.

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Nice one jj. Are they babies of the bigger ones?
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JJ, I could be wrong, but this may be the nymph of the four-lined plant bug.


And the adult...

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Nice one jj. Are they babies of the bigger ones?
Thanks Banksy. Don't know??????

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JJ, I could be wrong, but this may be the nymph of the four-lined plant bug.


And the adult...

Thanks Robert. It looks a lot like it but just a little different??????

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Man, my OCD kicked in on this one. Alas, I had to give up. Maybe your bugs are "one of a kind" LOL. Anyway, for your viewing enjoyment, I found this pic of a Goliath bug during my search.

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beautiful shot
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Man, my OCD kicked in on this one. Alas, I had to give up. Maybe your bugs are "one of a kind" LOL. Anyway, for your viewing enjoyment, I found this pic of a Goliath bug during my search.

Thanks for looking Robert. I think it is a variant of the common milkweed bug.

I don't see the shot of the Goliath bug just a red X.

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