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Old 11th of May 2012 (Fri)   #1
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Default Silver beetle.

This one liked hide and seek in the soil.

EOS 600D1214 by BasAndrews, on Flickr

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EOS 600D1217 by BasAndrews, on Flickr

A good test for the diffuser.
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Old 11th of May 2012 (Fri)   #2
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nice set, like 1 a lot
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Default Re: Silver beetle.

Favors a tiger beetle on the head. Good job on the light.
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Old 12th of May 2012 (Sat)   #4
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Default Re: Silver beetle.

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nice set, like 1 a lot
Thanks Rick. I like these bugs, and it is great to get one or two half decent shots of them.

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Favors a tiger beetle on the head. Good job on the light.
Thank you. I still have not found any other pictures to help with ID, but I am pretty happy with the light, slowly some things are sinking in
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Default Re: Silver beetle.

Lovely captures Bas- good coincidence too - just managed a bad shot of the same beetle species I think Yesterday - Guessing it's a tiger beetle.
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Thanks Brian.

They are cute.
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Default Re: Silver beetle.

I think I have found the ID.

A Carabidae, Notiophilus substriatus - (a ground beetle)
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Nice captures of this ground beetle!
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Thanks Kurt.
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nice shots of this beetle..

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Thank you Rob.
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