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Chinche Molle

Agathemera luteola


First I saw a little one, walking on a dead tree... them I turn left, and saw this little party going on. We was missing it for sure!.


rodes01 10 years ago

BrunoKneubühler Thanks for the ID correction, It seams that Agathemera luteola is the only Agathemera in the region I fond it. So thanks again!.

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 10 years ago

Thanks Bruno. rodes01 you might want to put it to Agathemera sp.

BrunoKneubühler 10 years ago

definitly not Agathemera crassa ! Might be a subspecies of Agathemera luteola.

rodes01 12 years ago

@Lori.Tas. Thanks for the ID

lori.tas 12 years ago

From what I can gather that looks like smaller males mating with much larger females. And yes, Peter is right, it's insane looking.

peter 12 years ago


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San Luis, Argentina

Spotted on Jan 10, 2011
Submitted on Jul 11, 2011

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