It had an approximated wingspan of a large pigeon. His snout was leaf shaped. But not like those leaves as a standing plume. Was more bent backwards, following the skull shape.
Do not have the shape or size of a mite. It has a pointy abdomen.
Vegetating in clearing beside a thorny bush. Amazing resilience to drought.
Maybe Typhlops or Epictia? Head and tail with yellow spots. I almost couldn't see the eyes, they were sort of skin covered tiny beads. Found dead next to a lake.
I would name them "dalmatian treehoppers"...
Dacrymycetes? Never noticed this kind of fungus in the region. Very bright orange color. The soil was full of them.
With Jacana (second photo).
Young queen after the rainy season, ready to defend the future of the colony.