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Treehopper (Umbonia Spinosa)

Treehopper (Umbonia Spinosa)

Scarabée Titan

Scarabée Titan

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Les membracidaes ont mis 250 millions d’années pour former leurs casques

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Yeux d'insectes

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Membracidae Gen sp78

Membracidae Gen sp78

insecte

insecte

Membracidae Gen sp80

Membracidae Gen sp80

Treehopper form the Dungeon...: Photo by Photographer Igor Siwanowicz - photo.net

Treehopper form the Dungeon...: Photo by Photographer Igor Siwanowicz - photo.net

Fighting Atlas Beetle Conservation Framed Display 2432

Fighting Atlas Beetle Conservation Framed Display 2432

Treehoppers are excellent parents – this female Thorn treehopper (Umbonia sp.) is shielding her eggs with her body; if necessary she can also use her powerful legs to kick potential predators.

Treehoppers are excellent parents – this female Thorn treehopper (Umbonia sp.) is shielding her eggs with her body; if necessary she can also use her powerful legs to kick potential predators.

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