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Thread: Excursion in Polvoranca Park, Madrid

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    Default Excursion in Polvoranca Park, Madrid

    All the morning walking, getting fun, and seeing bugs

    Argiope lobata ventral.



    Another specimen, dorsal view.



    Order Hemiptera, Carpocoris mediterraneus.



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    A. lobata nymph, without I pair legs



    Rosemary's beetle, Chrysolina americana.



    Dragonfly, Sympetrum fonscolombei, female.



    Wing's detail.



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    A. lobata in her web, in that curious pose, probably throwing her feromones in the air.



    Another specimen feeding of a wasp.



    Male dragonfly, Sympetrum fonscolombei.



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    Another dorsal of A. lobata.



    A dramatic effect, to see a web.



    Going near the river, we found Argiope bruennichi.



    A. bruennichi nymph.



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    Uloborus walckenaerius.



    And on the left side, another bruennichi nymph (I had to put my knee over a thistle to photograph this... XD)



    Another U. walckenaerius at the entry of a tunnel, in that curious possing, so I could photo her profile.



    A lonely place with that fallen poster...



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    Last edited by Dario Quiza; 20-08-09 at 07:10 PM.
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    Ventral view of A. bruennichi.



    Another specimen without ¡I, II, III, IV legs on the right, and I or II on the left! Usually the females fight for a good place, and there's allways a looser...



    A little blueish dragonfly, Sympecma sp.



    The fruits of a wild rose.



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    Between the reed, a big web (she is in the middle).



    Going to the left from the one over there, there was this great "community", there where you could find one, there were at least another 5 or 6...



    Caught! Getting fun on the river.





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    Little sloes, probably mature. This little fruits are used to make a typical spanish drink, called "Pacharan" hehe



    The last big female of the day (eating a wasp).



    Little gorgeus spider, Mangora acalypha, walcking on an A. bruennichi's web



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    Wow some brilliant pictures there Dario.
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    Thx dude

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    Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion.
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