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This extraordinary beetle has unpigmented areas in the elytra which allow to see its internal parts.
(By the way, this is my 3000th spotting).
Congrats Sergio. Lovely 3000th!
Well Lisa, I am not the one who will desagree with your last sentence... ;-) Thank you!
Fascinating spotting. Congrats on 3000! You are an amazing man.
Great Find! Congratulations on 3,000 spots!
Spectacular beetle; spectacular accomplishment. Congratulations.
Thank you very much, Carol. I am looking forward to see your photos.
WOW! 3,000!!! Way to go!!! That is so fantastic! Enjoying your photos. Spring will be here soon!
Congrats on 3K Spottings! You the Man!!!
3000? thats dedication right there. congratulations Sergio!
Wow 3000! And what a brilliant 3000th!
Grats on 3000 Sergio.
Congratulations Sergio my friend! 3000 amazing spottings, I can't wait to see what you share next!
Sergio nice beetle and # 3000!!!
Wow ! Great congrats
Congratulations! Great Work!
Congratulations on your 3000th spotting Sergio!! This beetle is as great as all your other spottings. Thank you for sharing so many lovely species with us.
great achievement Sergio, Congratulations !!
Yes, how interesting . We can see its folded wings as if through a window. congratulations to you Sergio for bringing 3000 amazing creatures from the wilderness of Brazil into the living rooms of enthusiasts around the globe.
Congratulations on 3000! Thank you so very much for your making this world so interesting!!
Sergio, this is absolutely terrific!! Congratulations on 3000, what an incredible achievement! Fantastic beetle, and once again, a hearty congratulations on a SPECTACULAR milestone! Awesome job, Sergio! Thanks for bringing all of these Brazilian beauties to New York for me. :-) Keep up the amazing work will ALL of your amazing spottings!!
Thank you for the nice comments, my friends. Birdlady6000, I don't know what happened, because I saved the pink tortoise beetle AFTER I uploaded the beetle. Anyway, it is too late to change now, I'll let the beetle as official 3000th. :-)
Wow!!! Amazing and wonderful! This spectacular little beetle was a great choice for number 3000. Congratulations!
Wonderful spotting, Sergio! Thanks for sharing the natural beauty of your region with us through your photos!
Spotted on Feb 28, 2013 Submitted on Mar 1, 2013
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