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What insect is this? Looks like a spider but with six legs and long antennae

This creature is an amblypygid (aka, whip spider, or tailless whip scorpion). Amblypygids are arachnids, but not spiders, and they are not venomous. Like other arachnids, they have eight legs, however ...
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What bug could this be?

It's difficult to be certain, but this could be a drugstore beetle, Stegobium paniceum. They commonly infest kitchens where they feed on dry plant matter. In addition to eating various grains and ...
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What kind of insect is this? It looks like a huge spider with one long antenna and six legs

While not completely sure, it definitely looks like an Arachnid. Upon further research, I have narrowed it down to either Amblypygi (i.e., whips spiders, tailless whip scorpions), or Solifugae (i.e., ...
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What are these small, indoor bugs?

I think this is a species of Varied Carpet Beetles. The varied carpet beetle (Anthrenus verbasci) is a 3 mm-long beetle belonging to the family Dermestidae. They are a common species, often considered ...
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Identify a spider which is consuming a fly

This is something in the Thomisoidea family (Crab and Running Crab spider superfamily). You can review the community-observed species of crab and running crab spiders in Czechia here: https://www....
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Help me identify this wasp-like insect

The details of the insect are listed below: Common Name: Craneflies Zoological Name: Ctenophora flaveolata Location(mostly found at): Eastern Europe Here is the Biological Identification, Kingdom: ...
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