Antennae as long as body, orange and black in color, perhaps immature wings
No interactions present.
Certainly a bug nymph, and box elder bug looks possible, but I don't know the American fauna well enough to confirm it, sorry.
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Ditto - a bug nymph, but I don't think box elder bug nymphs usually have the black marks on the abdomen, though the central pale yellowish line is right. Maybe another rhopalid?
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