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Thanks misako , Leuba and ceherzog!
You can almost see it moving around - great shots Mayra ! A truly amazing specimen.
it's like a dance! Very nice!
Thanks for ID bayucca!
Megalopygidae, most probably Podalia sp.http://www.flickr.com/photos/12490221@N0...http://www.flickr.com/photos/83193914@N0...http://www.flickr.com/photos/12490221@N0...http://www.flickr.com/photos/41580667@N0...http://www.flickr.com/photos/12490221@N0...
Looks like being a Podalia sp. or Megalopyge sp., I will try to get a little bit closer, when I find the time...
Really nice series Mayra! Looks urticating....
Thanks again for the kind words Gerardo!
Thanks Stefaini and Tom 15!
So far is my favorite spot this year it remain me those fiver optic lamps in the 80´s that glows in the tip :)
Thanks RiekoS and Joshua Asel!
Thanks again Gerardo!
has to be one of the weirdest creatures I' have ever seen... ever.
I look at it and still can believe it is amazing Mayra :)
Amazing. I have never seen anything like that either.
Obrigada pelo comentário rubens.luciano!
brilliant photos, especially number two where you can really see the soft fleshy part and its feet!
Essa queima bem ! Os caiçaras do sul de SP chamam de "embira".Bela foto!
Wow fantastic what a stoning spot :)
Thanks Elsa and Nehemiah!
Spotted on Apr 28, 2013 Submitted on Apr 28, 2013
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