When I think of acquiring a specimen, although for many it will be obvious, it is what it is that white hair that covers it, and only to some specimens, as we see in other fulgoras. Contrary to being an insect's own formation, it is a typical disease in this species, a type of parasitic fungus / mold, which not only covers the body of the infected insect, but also modifies its behavior so that it frequently seeks to reproduce with many pairs Thus, the spores spread to others, apart from the fact that they can be found in the soil where they lay the eggs, and when the adult emerges, it becomes infected when it comes into contact with the earth with spores. It is also said that its ingestion in humans can have hallucinogenic effects.
And yes, it is missing the left front leg, but I love it the same.
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