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Photo#1343979
Hemileuca tricolor - male

Hemileuca tricolor - Male
Rio Rico, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
March 3, 2017
Size: 28 mm wing length

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Beautiful Photos, Salvador
How did you get it to spread its wings?

 
Thank you Robert!
I nudged it with my finger. Its reaction made me think it was a defense mechanism. In the last photo, I thought it was playing dead.

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