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Ambush Bug (Phymata americana) on Sedum : Stock Photo
Ambush Bug (Phymata americana) on Sedum (Stonecrop). Ambush Bugs are sit-and-wait predators preying on many kinds of insects. The front legs are hooked to catch and hold onto prey. They are well camouflaged (cryptic coloration) and frequently take insects larger than themselves. Michigan

Ambush Bug (Phymata americana) on Sedum

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Ed Reschke
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Ambush Bug (Phymata americana) on Sedum (Stonecrop). Ambush Bugs are sit-and-wait predators preying on many kinds of insects. The front legs are hooked to catch and hold onto prey. They are well camouflaged (cryptic coloration) and frequently take insects larger than themselves. Michigan
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