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    Yeah sadly it just looks like a fuliginosa nymph with atypical coloration, doesn't make it any less pretty though!
  2. 1 point
    Thanks @Auz and @Hisserdude! I was secretly hoping I had stumbled across something unique. The picture doesn't really do it justice as far as the colors. It's got some really pretty red tones in it as well.
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    @Auz Nah this is a Blattid nymph, pretty sure it's just a dark Periplaneta fuliginosa nymph, they are pretty common in Georgia.
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    Is is possible it's a Hemiblabera tenebricosa? They're native to Florida so that isn't terribly far away. Although my knowledge on them and what their nymphs look like is virtually nonexistent lol