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And what about Carnegiae gigantea; it's much more notable on that picture!
Tsssss... you won me!; I support that Tessaratoma papillosa
For the location it must be a V. vulpes.... but it also looks like a V. velox (swift fox)
Looks like an Argius singulata, but I'm not so sure... that golden bright is so particular. With open wings would be easier to identify
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