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Old 06-20-2016, 08:12 PM   #1
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Acanthocephala terminalis Black leaf footed bug?

I can see the leaf shaped back leg in the picture and the antenna are distinctive.
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Here is a common leaf footed bug that we find in our garden.
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Acanthocephala terminalis Black leaf footed bug?

I can see the leaf shaped back leg in the picture and the antenna are distinctive.
I believe so. That is what I came up with when I did my search yesterday. Glad you seem to concur.
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Here is a common leaf footed bug that we find in our garden.
Nothing too common about him...Beautiful markings.
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Nothing too common about him...Beautiful markings.
I agree. Looks like a good pattern for a Navaho blanket.
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I agree. Looks like a good pattern for a Navaho blanket.
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