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|Hi Folks , today I have another older photo from my archives , a Tiger beetle, probably Cicindela Fulgida, this one is just finishing up on an ant. it has grown a bit cold for these little predators , who like it hot , they live in sunny sandy areas or dry mud and clay .|
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First of all - my best congratulations! It is not easy to photograph Cicindelidae in the wild. These beetles are so fast that a lot of patience is needed. I agre with your ID, this female looks like Cicindela fulgida.
If you agree I would like to add this photo to theme "Tiger beetles of the world" :>
PS. If you like Cicindelidae, please feel free to look here, this is the last part of my tiger beetle saga, there are also links to earlier presentations :)
- [2008-09-05 2:58]
Yeah, great face to face picture of dangerous predator. As Radek said - it is very hard to capture, especially from this POV. Good work!