Sunday, April 13, 2008


I don't see jequitiranamboias (Fulgora laternaria) every day, but we I do, they're always on the trunk of a large copaíba tree (Copaifera multifuga) on one of the outer trails of Bosque Santa Lúcia. This image, plus the next, are the closest I've been able to get to them. There were actually three of them together, I assume one female and two males. As I moved in to take pictures, one of them moved off to the side. Next slide, please.

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