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You can see here the empty larva compound eye, I maked around the perimeter of the eyelid
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BrookymanApril 24th, 2013, 1:38 pm
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Red eyelids...[E-23-green-subvaria]

Hey Kurt & others reading check it out. It does appear that the red eyelids
or the upper part of the adult male compound eyes. I am confident in this
being a subvaria from the larva shuck.

I am still not in control of this camera.

Mack.

Banned for threatening another user and then trying to circumvent a kinder "soft" ban with fake accounts

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