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White-eyed Assassin Bug
They have piercing mouthparts shaped into a beak that delivers a paralyzing bite to its invertebrate prey. Assassin bugs are so named because of their fast and stealthy attack.
Predators of insects
- If grabbed it will give a bite worse than a bee sting, insignificant but very uncomfortable.
Animalia, Arthropoda, Insecta, Hemiptera, Reduviidae, Platymeris
Place of Birth
West and southwest African origin
Black with yellow bands on all six legs and a pair of distinctive white spots on the forewings.