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#6339050 - 06/17/16 06:26 PM Insect ID
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I am thinking that this is a Blister bug but not sure. Anybody know what it is. It had an orange colored abdomen.




Edited by Michael W. (06/17/16 06:27 PM)
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#6339159 - 06/17/16 07:48 PM Re: Insect ID [Re: Michael W.]
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Google says it's a Eastern Bumelia Borer

http://texasento.net/suaveolens.htm
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#6339233 - 06/17/16 09:01 PM Re: Insect ID [Re: Michael W.]
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That looks like a blister beetle but the link looks spot on


Edited by Brother in-law (06/17/16 09:41 PM)

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#6339258 - 06/17/16 09:23 PM Re: Insect ID [Re: Michael W.]
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I see simiiarties to both the Borer and the Blister bug. Not sure
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