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Ditisco

Description:

The Dytiscidae family has hundreds species. They are beetles full adapted to swimming, for shape, third pair of paws (used as oars), and respiration, that occurs in the rear end of abdomen. They are also very able in the flight, moving from pond to pond, particularly in the night.

Habitat:

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DafneInFiamme
DafneInFiamme 7 years ago

Thank you Anne!!!

Great spotting!

DafneInFiamme
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DafneInFiamme

Fabriano, MAR, Italy

Spotted on Apr 13, 2013
Submitted on Apr 15, 2013

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