Giant Agave Bug

Giant Agave Bug

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Caption: Giant Agave Bug, Acanthocephala thomasi, on agave flower stalk. The stylet-like mouthparts of the insect on the right can be clearly seen piercing the agave leaf. This species is one of the leaf-footed bugs, Family Coreidae, Subfamily: Coreinae, Tribe: Acanthocephalini. Found in desert regions of West TX, NM,a nd AZ into MX. Photo Big Bend National Park, TX.

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Keywords: acanthocaphala, acanthocephala thomasi, animal, arthropod, big bend national park, family coreidae, giant agave bug, insect, leaf-footed bug, subfamily coreinae, texan insect, texas fauna, tribe acanthocephalini

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