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Roman kidding ?:)
I just realized, that this creature is real.
I thought it was an artificial thing.
NotAClue, thank you so much! I've just changed the title. Hopefully Onee, won't mind:)
Just google wasp moth...
It has a strange look . It isn't a wasap nor a butterfly or a beetle . I wonder if they get their food from nectar like the rest of bees or is it a predator . Thanks for sharing
Paula, I also got confused about its origin, maybe an ensue form of evolution.:)
AG, it's a rare kind of bee that has been caught by me . :)
I have never seen a bee like this......I actually at first glance thought it of the wasp family. Could it be? He/she seems very relaxed sitting on that branch.....LOL Great pic EC!!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!
Gosh, what is it!
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