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Spider: Family Salicidae; Treehopper: Family Membracidae
Great action! I missed this 8 months ago.
Nice Shot !!
Thank you Sergio Very intersting info
Thank you Karen and Luis. Actually this is a very interesting spotting. I always find these treehoppers gathered in large herds, tended by ants, which provide them security. The ants seem to be very capable of doing their bouncer job, but I often see a jumping spider close to the herd. If a treehopper leaves the group, it will have a swift and nasty end...
Another one bits the dust
Awesome spot Sergio!
Thank you, folks. I am glad you liked it.
That's a great shot! Love it...
Fantastic photo! WOW!
Lat: -25.48, Long: -49.29
Spotted on Jul 4, 2012 Submitted on Jul 5, 2012
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