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Found on a Red Ginger's leaf (Alpinia purpurata)
Parasa joanae is presently known only from Costa Rica. It occurring principally on the Caribbean slope at medium to high elevations (700–1650 m)
muy tuanis, yo la encontré en cerro Tinuk Talamanca, 2400 msnm. Saludos !
Mayra thanks a lot for all your nice comments on my posts, i'm glad to know you like them.
Wow!!! This is magnific!!!!
Excelente otro amiguito futurista...!!!
Just added a little info and a link with some information about 20 new species of moths found here in Costa Rica in year 2004
Thanks to FrancisQuintana for the link
You're right allencraig sometimes nature is just so amazing, actually this friend made my day better when i saw him (or her, i really don't know)
Sometimes nature is so amazing, it brings tears to my eyes. This lil guy is one such example! Thanks for posting. Incredible.
Eso Ismael Pura Vida!! Gracias!
I've never seen anything this pretty! Wow
Que chiva! muy bueno nacho
i don't know both together neither.
But doesn't matter how much they hurt, they still being awesome
I know both, but not together... Yes, let us enjoy them from distance...
As one of my friend said, it would be like being electrocuted through a open wound... I think i prefer watching them with enough distance between us :-)
You wanna touch mine or yours ;-)...
Thanks to all for your comments and bayucca for the ID
Limacodidae, Parasa joanae. Excellent capture!!
Wow, that's awesome!
Spotted on Jan 31, 2012
Submitted on Jan 31, 2012
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