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Ignacio Gamboa

Ignacio Gamboa

Biology student and amateur entomologist, particularly interested in aquatic Hemiptera

Costa Rica

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Ignacio Gamboa Coreidae (Leaf-footed bugs)?
Coreidae (Leaf-footed bugs)? commented on by Ignacio Gamboa Mbabane, Sifundza seHhohho, Swaziland8 years ago

Coreidae (Leaf-footed bugs)

Ignacio Gamboa Mantisfly
Mantisfly commented on by Ignacio Gamboa Tennessee, USA8 years ago

Cool!! Reminds me of Skull kid from The Legend of Zelda.

Ignacio Gamboa L. zonatus Ninfa
L. zonatus Ninfa commented on by Ignacio Gamboa Cariacica, ES, Brazil8 years ago

GreenBugs, this is not a Reduviid, you can tell because of the "leaf-like" structures on the third pair of legs, and also the beak is quite long and thin to be a reduviid.

Ignacio Gamboa Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Ignacio Gamboa เชียงใหม่, จังหวัดเชียงใหม่, Thailand8 years ago

I think it is a Dictyopharidae nymph, not a Fulgoridae (Pryops belongs to Fulgoridae)... My guess Thanatodictya genus.

Ignacio Gamboa L. zonatus Ninfa
L. zonatus Ninfa commented on by Ignacio Gamboa Cariacica, ES, Brazil8 years ago

Leaf-footed bug nymph (Coreidae, Anisoscelini)

Ignacio Gamboa Collared aracari (juvenile)
Collared aracari (juvenile) commented on by Ignacio Gamboa Costa Rica8 years ago

Thanks, Ava T-B!

Ignacio Gamboa Gusano ratón (Megalopyge moth caterpillar)
Gusano ratón (Megalopyge moth caterpillar) commented on by Ignacio Gamboa Costa Rica8 years ago

Gracias, Sigg. Justo acabo de añadir un par de fotos de esta oruga mientra mudaba...

Ignacio Gamboa Ant mimicking bug
Ant mimicking bug commented on by Ignacio Gamboa Costa Rica8 years ago

Gracias, Miguel!

Ignacio Gamboa Collared aracari (juvenile)
Collared aracari (juvenile) commented on by Ignacio Gamboa Costa Rica8 years ago

Thanks, Neil!

Ignacio Gamboa Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Ignacio Gamboa Costa Rica8 years ago

Yes, actually I got to Phthiacnemia because it was the only genus without metallic iridescense on the surface of the body and the humeral angle. But I agree with you, it is better to leave it at the complex.

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