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The type specimen of Lamproderma echinulatum, i.e. the original specimen used by an author to describe a new species, was collected in Tasmania in the 19th century.
Extensive colonies of this iridescent species appear on moss or wood on large old bryophyte-covered eucalypt logs.

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Comment by Kenneth Ramos on April 19, 2020 at 2:05

Another beautiful specimen, love the metallic coloration and detail in this one as well.

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