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Setocoris bug - genus : Setocoris This Setocoris bug is able to move freely, but very carefully, among the gland-tipped, sticky insect-catching hairs of a Drosera sundew. It feeds on the juices of other insects caught by the sundew, effectively robbing the predator of its Prey.<br />
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Setocoris bug - genus : Setocoris

This Setocoris bug is able to move freely, but very carefully, among the gland-tipped, sticky insect-catching hairs of a Drosera sundew. It feeds on the juices of other insects caught by the sundew, effectively robbing the predator of its Prey.

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  1. Very cool photo, Ernst! Posted 16 days ago
  2. Great information Posted 15 days ago

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Uploaded Jun 6, 2021. Captured Oct 21, 2016 13:50 in 138 Whitings Rd, McLaren Flat SA 5171, Australia.
  • Canon EOS 700D
  • f/14.0
  • 1/790s
  • ISO1600
  • 55mm