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DiegoAlfonsoRosa

Argentina Lat: -38.42, Long: -63.62

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DiegoAlfonsoRosa Spotting
Spotting commented on by DiegoAlfonsoRosa Bs. As., Argentinaa week ago

Thank you very much, Mark and orinthoptera80!
Greetings
Diego Rosa

DiegoAlfonsoRosa Ghost Tiger Beetle
Ghost Tiger Beetle commented on by DiegoAlfonsoRosa The Nation, Ontario, Canada2 months ago

This is a Coleoptera, family Carabidae, pretty similar to Odontocheila sp. here in Argentina.

DiegoAlfonsoRosa Fox Squirrel
Fox Squirrel commented on by DiegoAlfonsoRosa Houston, Texas, USAa year ago

Thank you very much Daniele.

Regards

Diego Rosa

DiegoAlfonsoRosa Dauber fly eating a spider?
Dauber fly eating a spider? commented on by DiegoAlfonsoRosa Georgia, USAa year ago

HI, a Good sequence of pictures, these wasps are parasites, they introduce the eggs inside the spider. Maybe it was inoculated first with some poison to immobilize it. It the wasp was carrying it, surely was trying to introduce it in a den in the ground.

DiegoAlfonsoRosa Wall Gecko
Wall Gecko commented on by DiegoAlfonsoRosa Bs. As., Argentinaa year ago

Hi Jim, in this picture you can see the feet completely opened, that improved the grip function. What I don´t know if how they can jump and run over the walls. It seems that gravity is in other direction!.

DiegoAlfonsoRosa Sarcophaga carnaria
Sarcophaga carnaria commented on by DiegoAlfonsoRosa Bs. As., Argentinaa year ago

Thanks maplemoth662

DiegoAlfonsoRosa Southern Monarch
Southern Monarch commented on by DiegoAlfonsoRosa Bs. As., Argentinaa year ago

Thank you very much!

DiegoAlfonsoRosa Dwarf Armadillo
Dwarf Armadillo commented on by DiegoAlfonsoRosa NQN, Argentinaa year ago

Thanks Leuba for your comment. It is less common than other members of this family (Dasypodidae). I found it the field at 120 km from Neuquén City.
In the following site you can see a map with the places this species has been seen.
http://www.ecoregistros.org/ficha/Zaedyu...

DiegoAlfonsoRosa Dwarf Armadillo
Dwarf Armadillo commented on by DiegoAlfonsoRosa NQN, Argentinaa year ago

Thank you very much for this SOTD, and thank you all for the comments received.

Regards.

Diego

DiegoAlfonsoRosa White-and-black Tegu Lizard
White-and-black Tegu Lizard commented on by DiegoAlfonsoRosa Bs. As., Argentinaa year ago

Thank you very much Antonio, and thanks Project Noah for the SOTD award.
Regards
Diego