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Mar 08, 2020 15:10 |  #3106

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Mar 09, 2020 00:40 |  #3107

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Mar 10, 2020 04:10 |  #3108

A couple of 48 million year old insects preserved in Baltic amber. The first two images show a small midge (Chironomidae?) approximately 3 mm in body length, and the last one is a small fly (Tachydromiinae?). These images are focus stacks taken with my Laowa 25mm f/2.8 2.5-5x ultramacro lens operating at 5x.

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2iCM​wR9  (external link) A 48 million year old male midge (Nematocera: Chironomidae?) preserved in Baltic amber (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr

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Mar 10, 2020 05:00 |  #3109

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Little green weevil.
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A great shot of a nice looking weevil!


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Mar 10, 2020 05:11 as a reply to  @ S.R.M.'s post |  #3110

now that's impressive in many ways.
To look at that the mind boggles.
Beautifully photographed.

The changes to this planet since they became trapped and they have survived them all.



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Mar 10, 2020 05:25 |  #3111

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now that's impressive in many ways.
To look at that the mind boggles.
Beautifully photographed.

The changes to this planet since they became trapped and they have survived them all.

I find these fascinating, and it certainly is amazing when you think about it, Richard. Thanks for the comment!


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Mar 10, 2020 09:40 |  #3112

S.R.M. wrote in post #19023982 (external link)
A couple of 48 million year old insects preserved in Baltic amber. The first two images show a small midge (Chironomidae?) approximately 3 mm in body length, and the last one is a small fly (Tachydromiinae?). These images are focus stacks taken with my Laowa 25mm f/2.8 2.5-5x ultramacro lens operating at 5x.

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Amazing stuff, Stephen, and well photographed.

Where does one get Baltic amber?


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Mar 10, 2020 10:13 |  #3113

Back lit Crane Fly


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Mar 10, 2020 15:19 |  #3114

Archibald wrote in post #19024118 (external link)
Amazing stuff, Stephen, and well photographed.

Where does one get Baltic amber?

Thanks very much! I picked this piece up in Poland 22 years ago (when they were relatively cheap). But all of the countries surrounding the Baltic Sea have it.


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Mar 10, 2020 16:05 |  #3115

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That is real close!


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Mar 10, 2020 16:58 as a reply to  @ Archibald's post |  #3116

Nikon P610 with Raynox attached, then cropped a bit. I knew I should’ve taken my Canon, but too lazy yesterday.


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Mar 11, 2020 01:13 |  #3117

Robber Fly

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Mar 14, 2020 13:15 |  #3118

A couple shots of a paper wasp eating a caterpillar...and not caring one bit that I was only a few inches away


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Mar 14, 2020 13:17 |  #3119

A couple butterfly pictures from a local butterfly park here in Phoenix


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Mar 14, 2020 13:50 |  #3120

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A couple shots of a paper wasp eating a caterpillar...and not caring one bit that I was only a few inches away


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Great pics with nice lighting!

Is that a caterpillar?


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