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Shot in Aguilas, SE Spain. 150 m. Semiarid scrubland. Fedding on Marrubium sp. Aprox. 1.5 cm.

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#1 | jorgemotalmeida on 03 January 2010 14:25:26
you are so lucky! This is a great species!
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