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Posted on 20-08-2009 17:11
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I think Reduviidae (Assassin bug)
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How big? I'm asking, bacause big ones are kept in terrariums worldwide, this could make a perfect pet bug if it is quite big.
 
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thanks lagura.
It was a few mm long pwalter.

Any idea of genus? Gut feeling?
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tropical area has large diversify of this family. It looks like subfamily Harpactorinae maybe somewhere around Castolus complex? but you'll have to ask people that know your fauna.
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thanks
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