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Tarantula Hawk

Pompilidae




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19 Comments

jr71305
jr71305 4 years ago

Its coolbut ugly too:-(

pmbagga
pmbagga 6 years ago

Thank you NeoHailee.for nice comment. much appreciated.

NeoHailee
NeoHailee 6 years ago

nice spotting!

jane1
jane1 6 years ago

That is a really cool bug and it has a cool name too.

nicholas1
nicholas1 6 years ago

never thought a bug could have those colors!

nicholas1
nicholas1 6 years ago

totally awesome

wijnandr
wijnandr 6 years ago

You must win a price for that spectacular video! Excellent!

Thoreck
Thoreck 6 years ago

Funky colors! Great spotting!

pmbagga
pmbagga 6 years ago

Thank you Casey.for Fav. much appreciated.

pmbagga
pmbagga 6 years ago

Gracias harsuame !

harsuame
harsuame 6 years ago

Espectacular muy bellos colores:::

pmbagga
pmbagga 6 years ago

Thank you OnengDyah.for Fav. and nice comment, much appreciated.

OnengDyah
OnengDyah 6 years ago

Cool...nice colour.

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 6 years ago

That is fantastic. How did I miss this!? Nice spotting pmbagga.

Uday
Uday 6 years ago

you are always welcome!

pmbagga
pmbagga 6 years ago

Thank you john.lasalle for nice comment and sharing your experience. much appreciated.

John La Salle
John La Salle 6 years ago

Beautiful pictures. Some kind of Sphecidae or Crabronidae (used to be a single family when I started studying entomology).

pmbagga
pmbagga 6 years ago

Thank you u1151994, Chief RedEarth for Fav. and Thanks Chief RedEarth for ID.much appreciated.

pmbagga
pmbagga 6 years ago

Thank you adrika.for Fav. much appreciated.

Gujarat, India

Lat: 23.34, Long: 69.26

Spotted on Jul 27, 2012
Submitted on Jul 31, 2012

Reference

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