Cousin of "Another good camouflage" - guy?

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Cousin of "Another good camouflage" - guy?

Post by MacroLuv »

Its appearance is much alike little critter I've posted earlier - "Another good camouflage". :D
You can make comparison.
Seems this one has fully developed wings. (?)


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Date/time original 06.06.2007 13:54:32
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Post by rjlittlefield »

Ah yes, and clearly these are "true bug" type wings, split into two different parts and overlapped in the classic X pattern.

A very interesting creature (and well photographed)!


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Post by beetleman »

Great followup Nikola. Nice DOF in the shot also.
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