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1350-653 - A bush cricket on a Rosmary plant. The atrophied wings of Ephippiger species are unfit to flight and only used for the emission of sounds. This one has some parasitic mites on it
1350-684 - This species is unmistakable within its range, with bright yellow wings marked with small brown patches along the costa of the forewing and a small brown-edged white stigma, also on the forewing.
1348-1084 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Hit with the articulation of the medium the hollow behind the pelvic wings. Aim : action on the menses (irregular cycles).
1348-1085 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Hit with the articulation of the medium the hollow behind the pelvic wings. Aim : action on the menses (irregular cycles).
1116-50281 - A female Anna's Hummingbird (Calypte anna) flies through the Lucifer crocosmia (Crocosmia curtonus) in an Oregon flower garden in summertime; Astoria, Oregon, United States of America