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Pretty, did you see the red we saw last?
OMG what is that on its behind!
I wish we saw this!
We saw a few there, but we were not lucky to photograph them. sayang!
I love the quality of the photo, clear details.
Hi Agnes, i searched your name because i admired your photos, thought you're from UPLB. I saw where you're working, i have to say the former Country Director there and partner (BGL) is a very close friend.
The correct ID for this is Heteroneda billardieri Crotch, i got this from a true entomologist working on this coccinellid, as I am not one.
Hi, i thought what is called the butterfly pea is the Clitoria ternatea. Am glad i was here, now i will not call C pubescens as that although i think it is more fit.
Is this the same as your photo without the fluffy materials? http://pureoxygengenerators.blogspot.com...
I always see this in citrus tree barks with the oozing sap caused by other pathogens. I thought it is one of those which lay eggs on the sap.
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