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Riana Posted - 28/02/2022 : 16:09:48

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Namib Naukluft Park
Length 14 mm
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Riana Posted - 01/03/2022 : 09:17:27
Thanks.
Don't think I would like to live there either.
Jrme Sudre Posted - 28/02/2022 : 17:10:26
Yes fantastic known only from the male type of Namibia too!
This is the first female captured! Great!
I had looked for it in Namib Naukluft and I had found a place where there was a small stream or a wadi (completely dried up) where there were small very thin Acacia with holes of exit (maybe of Chemsakiellus ?? ) but not more!
It was in the East of Gobabeb (extraordinary place!) I would not live there but very restful as place...

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