Barranco Worms - La Palma

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M Hiller on October 2, 2010

Barrancos de las Angustias, Caldera Taburiente

Rita Eberle-Wessner on October 2, 2010

This is a very special shot! I know this kind of millipedes ore wireworms living in the mountains and in the Barranco de las Angustias from many visits of La Palma. My little daughter collected them in her hands with the result that her hands were yellow for many days....!

M Hiller on October 3, 2010

Danke Rita, irgendjemand hat damals behauptet, die solle man lieber nicht anfassen, sie seien zwar nicht giftig aber allergen...;)

oliviero masseroli on October 7, 2010

Hello MHiller!

Thank you for entering this fine picture into the 2010 October NPC. A very nice shot! Your photo has all of the correct characteristics, tagging, title and country identification required so it is ready to participate! Best wishes to be successful in the contest! Please take part as well in the voting process in a few days!

Regards, Oliviero

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Lukáš Semančík on July 17, 2011

wow, amazing! Like and FAV :) Greetings from Slovakia

Filippo Bilotti on October 31, 2014


Escuchando sus opiniones creo que lo mas sensato es cerrar a las 1500 firmas,declarar Victoria,y enviar la peticion a la UNESCO, y que la fuerza de la razon nos acompañe.

Listening to your views I think the most sensible thing is close to 1500 signatures, declaring Victoria, and send the request to UNESCO, and the force of reason with us.PETICION PARA LA UNESCO

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