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Spotting

Description:

60 mm long; yellow-light brown pterostigma

Habitat:

tropical forest in a hill aprox. 30 m high.

3 Comments

Juan Manuel
Juan Manuel 7 years ago

I'm very Honoured! hahahaaaa TNX, Davis and Agnes

haha! The reference I used is yours also :-D
http://www.flickr.com/photos/macrodomo/8...

Pls verify if indeed this is Diplacodes trivialis.

DavidLeviston
DavidLeviston 7 years ago

This is a female and very common around Gen San. Females, I've noticed, out number males by at least 3:1. This would indicate that males are extremely active in mating.

Juan Manuel
Spotted by
Juan Manuel

Cagayan, Philippines

Spotted on May 19, 2013
Submitted on May 19, 2013

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