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Images Dated 23rd November 2012

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Weevil Featured 23 Nov 2012 Print

Weevil

Insects in this superfamily Curculionoidea are commonly called weevils. Adults have the elongation of the head to form a rostrum and modified and reduced mouth parts. They usually have a rigid body. Their antennae are always clubbed and most are elbowed. Generally the rostrum has elongated groove on each side for the reception of the antennae. Weevil larvae are usually legless grubs or with very minute legs. They have hard round head and often blind. Adults and larvae are plant feeders. They feed on vegetable parts includes wood, bark, shoots, buds, leaves and roots, some are on grain and stored vegetable products

© Rundstedt B, Rovillos

The Doors of Old Quito Featured 23 Nov 2012 Print

The Doors of Old Quito

These street doors in the capital city of Quito, Ecuador are reflective of the Spanish influence in its colonial architecture. Quito is now recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site because of its historic conservation of its building

© Gabriel Ignacio Perez

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Camels walk as their herders lead them to an area to wait for customers at Pushkar Featured 23 Nov 2012 Print

Camels walk as their herders lead them to an area to wait for customers at Pushkar

Camels walk as their herders lead them to an area to wait for customers at Pushkar Fair in the desert Indian state of Rajasthan November 23, 2012. Many international and domestic tourists throng to Pushkar to witness one of the most colourful and popular fairs in India. Thousands of animals, mainly camels, are brought to the fair to be sold and traded. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) - GM1E8BN188E01