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Deutsch: Wasserläufer bei der Paarung, Köln – wahrscheinlich Gerris najas
English: Water striders using water surface tension when mating.
Date 31 March 2005 (according to EXIF data)
Source selbst fotografiert von Markus Gayda
Kamera: EOS 10D, Sigma 105/2,8er Macro
Author Markus Gayda
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