au moins a cet endroit il est bien protege ;o)
We get masses of those on our hibiscus, I have never seen them on the cacti though. They always remind me of human masks. Looking more closely, maybe yours are slightly different, mine are called Firebugs, Pyrrhocoris apterus. Keep well Diane
I think he's pretty well protected amongst all those spines.
O besorinho ficou preso! Que foto incrivel, o cactus é lindo!Léia
It's amazing you even noticed the thing in there. Must be an innocuous beetle, right? Looks like a huge Lady Bug to me!
Are they welcome visitors or just pesks?
That is one colorful beetle!
@Kate: They are welcome. So far! :-)
they look well protected!
They've chosen a well protected "hotel" for their visit!! I love it! What a fun shot for the day, JM!!
Ooh those spikes!Are they harlequin bugs that run around tail to tail and are first cousins to the 'stink bugs' that are over-running my garden?
Hope they are not "bad" beetles. But a wonderful photo as usual J.M.
Nice home :-)
Everybody needs a home...
Looks like most of the "houses" might be perfect for some days... :)
I am sure not going to reach in there to remove him . . .
I would have totally missed that. Nice catch.
Beautiful spines, and the bug adds color.
Amazing this critter could get in there without hurting himself.
Haha! it's very own 'safe haven', nothings going in there to get it! Well spotted JM, you do love your plants so I'm not in the least surprised that you noticed this visitor!
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