UPDATE: Thanks the my very good friend The Muse and her very kind husband, I have an ID!!! Ladies and Gentleman, I give you the Boxelder Nymph.
Did you know:
Boxelder bugs, Boisea trivittatus, are familiar insects to most people. They are generally not noticed during summer, but often can become an issue when they try to move into homes during fall as they search for overwintering sites.
Boxelder bugs are primarily a nuisance because they enter homes and other buildings, often in large numbers. Fortunately, they do not bite people and are essentially harmless to property. When abundant, they can stain walls, curtains, and other surfaces with their excrement. Occasionally some may seek moisture and may be found around houseplants, although they rarely attack them. In the few cases when they do feed, boxelder bugs are very unlikely to injure indoor plants.
Did you know research from University of Minnesota. If you want to know more please pay them a visit.
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