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@ Sirena, Corcovado, 4% of worldwide biodiversity in only 450 km2:
"the most biologically intense place on the planet" , as cited by NatGeo
Congrats on a great spotting!
Amazing shot! Congrats
Amazing spotting Daniel,congrats on the well deserved SOTD and thanks for sharing
congrats! wonderful SOTD!
THANKS friends for all comments and faves. All credits go to Mother Nature =)
Congrats Daniel for the SOTD!
Congrats Daniel, such an eccentric bug.
What a beauty! Congrats on the SOTD Daniel!
Very nice shot....great job. Congrats!
Congrats Daniale ! Awsm ! :) :)
Congrats Daniel, your flamboyant looking flag-footed bug is our Spotting of the Day!Facebook: https://upload.facebook.com/projectnoah/...Twitter: https://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/4...
Cool spotting Daniel!!! If there was a bug carnival, this one would definetely take part on it!! Awesome colours!! And great picture too ! =)
My bad !! ... thank you, Torsten !!
Hi Daniel, the correct name is Anisoscelis flavolineatus. BTW: Nice photo of a nymph!
excellent find daniel!
The colors & design of this bug are quite amazing. What a wonderful find
Corcovado, 4% of worldwide biodiversity in only 450 km2: "the most biologically intense place on the planet" , as cited by NatGeo...Sounds right, Daniel-CR...Costa Rica, Pura Vida!!
Great picture and what a beautiful bug.
Lat: 8.61, Long: -83.73
Spotted on May 24, 2014 Submitted on May 24, 2014
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