Behind the gas station on the highway. Terrible photo taken from inside the car.
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).