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Long and sharp teeth , about 2 cm long , can fly ~!!!
Thanks kimkiu ching~!!!
Thanks~Mandy & bayucca ~!!!
Cicindeelinae, Cosmodela virgula, I think. There is another one I know from East Asia: Cicindela aurulenta, which looks very similar. But I am not sure if this ID is really correct:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Carabi...I think the ID of my link in the suggestions section is reliable (John Horstman is very experienced with entomology). But, please, verify nevertheless my suggestion!
I agree that it's a tiger beetle. Their subfamily is Cicindelinae.
This definitely makes me want to look at Tiger Beetles more closely! Wow!
not sure which species but this should help
Spotted on Aug 23, 2011 Submitted on Jun 5, 2012
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