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Reduviidae


Scientific Family name.
Hint: Usually ends in "acea"
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Reduviidae
Assassin Bugs
Cimicoidea
Predator Bugs Superfamily
Cimicomorpha
Predator Bugs
Heteroptera
True Bugs - Different wings
Hemiptera
True Bugs
Exopterygota
External Wings
Neoptera
New Wings
Pterygota
Winged
Dicondylia
Pre-Winged Insects
Insecta
Insects
Hexapoda
Six Legs
Arthropoda
Jointed Feet
Ecdysozoa
Molting
Protostomia
Mouth First
Bilateria
Two-Way Symmetry
Eumetazoa
True Higher Animals
Animalia
Animals
Eukaryota
Eukaryota
Cells with a Nucleus

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1

17497
gardengeek
gardengeek
Assassin Bug
  Assassin Bug June 16, 2012
It kills other bugs [[]]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduviidae[[]] Maybe Sinea diadema Melanolestes Platymeris Pselliopus Rasahus Reduvius Rhiginia Sinea Triatoma Zelus Emesaya 7000 species Assassin Bug
2

29130
lorincook
lorincook
Kissing Bug (Mexican Bed Bug)
  Kissing Bug (Mexican Bed Bug) July 31, 2009
The members of Triatominae , a subfamily of Reduviidae, are also known as conenose bugs, kissing bugs, assassin bugs or triatomines. Most of the 130 or more species of this subfamily are haematophagous, i.e. feed on vertebrate blood; a very few species feed on other invertebrates. They are mainly found and widespread in the Americas, with a few species present in Asia, Africa and Australia. These bugs usually share shelter with nesting vertebrates, from which they suck blood. In areas where Chag Kissing Bug (Mexican Bed Bug)



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Comment: Kissing Bug (Mexican Bed Bug)

Page Posts: 7

lorincook
lorincook



I think you are right....upon closer comparison, I think kissing bugs have a slight bit of color around the edges of their abdomens, and a slightly different head shape....thanks very much for the tip Vanden!

July 19, 2010
00:09:00

Vanden Thomas

Utah

I don't think that's a kissing bug. Rather, I think it is a \"Masked Hunter\" which is thankfully not a blood sucker nor a disease vector. Look up "Reduvius personatus"

July 17, 2010
20:37:27
lorincook
lorincook

What did the kissing bug infect the dog with?
August 23, 2009
19:34:57

khorse5

south texas

If you have animals you should protect them. I never heard of the kissing bug untill my dog died from it. I now get my yard sprayed. Kissing bugs will take your best friend away from you so fast and there is nothing you can do about it once they are infected.
August 21, 2009
07:45:26
gardengeek
gardengeek

You should write romance novels.
August 19, 2009
13:57:17
lorincook
lorincook

Actually he's sucking the juice from her recently dead body...he has his sucker stuck in right behind her head....the little orange globes are the eggs she ejected before her death...
August 19, 2009
13:38:22
gardengeek
gardengeek

That's romantic
August 18, 2009
03:52:13



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