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    And it's female.

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    Not to hijack the thread, but since everyone has there bug-identifying caps on...

    A spider found on my S. Judith Hindle...




    Another crawly thing found crawling about one of my Datura Metel



    Another of the plant he was on, just because it smells so good.


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    lynx spider and milkweed bug?

    bug hard to say for sure. I can't count the simple eyes. or look for scent glands on the underside of abdomen

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    I agree that it looks like a milkweed bug. Boxelder bugs look very similar, but have less orange coloration.
    -Emily

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    The spider is a green lynx spider, they are so awesome.
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