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I saw a few of these colorful little cockroaches on top of leaves along the trails at Kaieteur Falls.
I stayed at Kaieteur for 4 days so I had plenty of time to see a couple of these roaches. That is a special place that I'll remember forever!
That is awesome! I visited Kaieteur Falls in 1998 but did not see these guys. Wow.
The color is amazing!
Well, Karen, please, join the club!
Well I never expected to use the words "pretty" & "cockroach" in the same sentence!
Someone should start a mission for cockroaches so that we have a collection to choose from. ;-)
Hi Yuko, yes probably not on this world, but be careful! If you take the wrong one, I will eat you!
It's only on Project Noah that people rave about which cockroaches they want to be reincarnated and don't get judged. :-)@bayucca: we probably won't see each other in this life time, but maybe in the next one as this beautiful cockroach... (unless one of us chicken out) ;-)
Looks like, but I would be very selective for my reincarnation as a cockroach, out of your 8 recent spottings I would only prefer this one ;-)...And I am wondering how many of these people would finally chicken out of being a reborn cockroach when it comes to the crunch...
Bayucca, thanks for the ID and it looks like I converted a bunch of people into cockroach lovers:-)
Pseudophyllodromia sp. as well? Note the blue stripe and the different markings on the head compared with your other one from Honduras.http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/174...http://www.flickr.com/photos/artour_a/26...
Awesome Roach amazing :)
That's one pretty Roach!
Well, maybe none of us nature lover would mind:-)
Nice!! if all of them would just look like this one, nobody would mind if there were a few in the house!! ; )
Ahh, you like the flashy ones!
I would choose this one! (If I were to be re-born as a cockroach, like Lauren said)
Spotted on Mar 21, 2012 Submitted on Feb 4, 2013
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