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Aug 11, 2019 04:44 |  #2386

This fella nearly got baked.
It fell out of the firewood. Wonder how many don't escape though :-(
I have no idea what it is


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Aug 11, 2019 09:42 |  #2387

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Aug 11, 2019 09:42 |  #2388

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This little fella nearly ended up under my boot, Luckily i was watching where i was going.


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Aug 11, 2019 09:50 |  #2389

avondale87 wrote in post #18908394 (external link)
This fella nearly got baked.
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I have no idea what it is
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That is a nice beetle shot. It is lucky to be alive. I forgot it is winter in Tasmania. I wonder, though, if your winter is like our summer. It is currently summer and 10°C here.


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Aug 11, 2019 14:34 |  #2390

Flies in stereo. Or maybe they're twins!


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Aug 11, 2019 16:10 |  #2391

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That's a funny pic with the flies. It looks like they are guardians of the plant.

What is that white bloom on the wasp?

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Aug 11, 2019 17:04 |  #2392

Archibald wrote in post #18908492 (external link)
That is a nice beetle shot. It is lucky to be alive. I forgot it is winter in Tasmania. I wonder, though, if your winter is like our summer. It is currently summer and 10°C here.

Oops. I messed up. I gather this belongs elsewhere. General Insects Shots, my goof.
(bugs, beetles - all insects to this ignoramus :oops:)

Yes we're still in winter but warming up. Days around 11°C now.

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Aug 11, 2019 19:39 |  #2393

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Oops. I messed up. I gather this belongs elsewhere. General Insects Shots, my goof.
(bugs, beetles - all insects to this ignoramus :oops:)

Yes we're still in winter but warming up. Days around 11°C now.

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All insects and similar little critters are welcome here!


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Aug 11, 2019 20:42 |  #2394

avondale87 wrote in post #18908394 (external link)
This fella nearly got baked.
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You really captured the rough texture of the beetle.


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Aug 11, 2019 22:04 |  #2395

Archibald wrote in post #18908756 (external link)
All insects and similar little critters are welcome here!

Thanks Archibald.
I'm actually more enlightened now though so appreciate your comment before.

Terry McDaniel wrote in post #18908779 (external link)
You really captured the rough texture of the beetle.

Thanks Terry.

I can well appreciate the benefits of added lighting. Not that I ever doubted. This one though just proves or reinforces the point.



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Aug 12, 2019 08:04 |  #2397

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Aug 12, 2019 09:39 |  #2399

Archibald wrote in post #18908660 (external link)
That's a funny pic with the flies. It looks like they are guardians of the plant.

What is that white bloom on the wasp?

Nice pics.

Thanks, Archibald. I think that white stuff is actually tiny hairs.


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