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    This specimen was found in San Pedro-Villa alegría, Tehuacan, Puebla, México. On the 24th of October 2021, today (27/10/21) is in a lethargic state and probably becoming a pupae. I have been unable to identify it´s species, even in Biology forums, a genus has been provided but I am doubtful.
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    https://www.thescienceandspace.com/2019/05/the-high-pollution-in-oceans-is-big.html?fbclid=IwAR0JXtvzRxfmttMYBU1305_-FdUpuIZzXyXB0l5Xrzv88xjhjxrUFJzpqKg
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    But how would the bacteria know what plastic to eat and what plastic to leave alone?
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