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Tomaspis inca


This is an unusual behavior to me, they don't seem to be mating or laying eggs... So, i don't know... Any ideas?

1 Species ID Suggestions

JasonCryan 7 years ago
Huaina inca

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Ignacio Gamboa
Ignacio Gamboa 7 years ago

Thanks Mayra and Sergio :)
@Jason i was trying to get some information about H. inca but i can't find anything. Don't you have some reference or something? Thanks

MayraSpringmann 7 years ago

Lovely,Ignacio, sim Sergio, o amor é lindo em fotos!!!

MayraSpringmann 7 years ago


Sergio Monteiro
Sergio Monteiro 7 years ago

Love is beautiful! :-)

Ignacio Gamboa
Ignacio Gamboa 7 years ago

Thanks Cindy and Jolly, actually i think they are pretty social... I've found plants with up to 15 individuals eating together or just resting... But never like this. I guess Jolly is right hehe

Nice spotting. Jolly may be right or perhaps they're more social than we thought.

Jolly Ibañez
Jolly Ibañez 7 years ago

Very nice spotting. Maybe they are resting after doing something.

Ignacio Gamboa
Spotted by
Ignacio Gamboa

San José, Costa Rica

Lat: 9.80, Long: -84.13

Spotted on Jul 21, 2012
Submitted on Jul 21, 2012

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