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A night active, evil looking Longhorn Beetle. Most of the photos is taken after he folded the antennas backwards. Size 20-30 mm
Coumpound. App. 150 meters from the Indian Ocean
Thank you for your comments Dixie and Rubens :) Interesting that you have something similar in Brazil Rubens.
Hi TizThis guy is very similar with one we have in Brazil. I will look for a picture of it.
You're right. He does look evil but very interesting.
Thank you for your comments Adarsha and Gilma Jeannette and outsidegirl0I am glad that my photos makes this beetle a bit interesting to watch :)Injica, Great that you have a mission for longhorns! I am happy to join in!
Fantastic shots :)
Oh wonderful :) That goes right to my mission: http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/2850...
Great series, thank you for sharing, Tiz.You have us all seeing different things in this lovely creature!!
I will let you know when I use it :) But I agree, he is cool and ugly! I would never use that word on you, donut! haha Voce e um muito bonitinha jovem mulher!
Oh oh What situations? It would not in the my photo in FB, is not it? I said beetle is feinho in the good sense that he is ugly, but not much. Hey, the antennas are amazing .
Awesome series Tiz
Kerry, I can only see a human scull when I look at this bug :) But I am glad he triggers our creative minds :P @Faredin, I know... It is sad, becuase looking at thise bugs is like travelling in time! Dinosaur beetles! Super cool with the spikes and thorns.@Sckel. Sim, feinho e o bom palavra também :) O novo palavra para meu :) mas talvez eu vou usar este palavra em outras situações! Obrigada Sra Professora :P @Jemma, wow, that was surprising :D
Looks like a lions face to me in that 1st pic. Nice one Tiz.
I think it is a kind of ogre of the insect world. Is, interesting, but it is well feinho.
Nice one, this is also a dumpy longhorn beetle, Tetradia sp. but looks like there is not much info and photos about this genus.
Du är välkommen söta tiz!
Thank you Senhora Jemma :)
great pic, Tiz.Cute Monster!!
Thank you SatyenM! I have low expectations regarding finding an ID for this one, but it is still an interesting specimen that deserves to be displayed...
Lovely find Tiz!
Lat: -24.51, Long: 35.19
Spotted on Aug 11, 2013 Submitted on Aug 16, 2013
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