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Nov 18, 2022 12:53 as a reply to  @ post 19447767 |  #7831

Cheers Ed. This was about 2mm long but even so, needed 2 tubes and a crop...

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Nov 19, 2022 06:09 |  #7832

Tortoise Beetle (external link)

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This is a classic bug: you turn your head, he flies away.

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Nov 19, 2022 06:50 |  #7833

(Unidentified) Formicidae (external link)
She has a hairy, polished bluish metalic abdomen.

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She runs like a cheetah on the leaf.

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Nov 19, 2022 14:37 |  #7834

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(Unidentified) Formicidae (external link)
She has a hairy, polished bluish metalic abdomen.

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She runs like a cheetah on the leaf.

Great images! Especially the last one.


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Nov 20, 2022 02:06 |  #7835

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Great images! Especially the last one.

Thanks for your kind words!

Surprisingly, it looks she has an ingrowing hair on her back.


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Nov 20, 2022 18:43 |  #7836

Grasshopper nymph, seen in the Ecuador Amazon on a trip a couple years ago.


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Nov 20, 2022 18:50 |  #7837

Wasp nest.


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Nov 20, 2022 21:41 |  #7838

Archibald wrote in post #19448563 (external link)
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Nice shot.

Had never seen a grasshopper in 99.99% black.


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Nov 23, 2022 06:53 |  #7839

I can not identify both of the two

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Nov 23, 2022 07:25 |  #7840

Black Swallowtail butterfly


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Nov 23, 2022 07:28 |  #7841

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Nov 24, 2022 22:05 |  #7842

Thanks for it!:love::love::love::love::love:

Happily look at it with all of my eyes


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Nov 24, 2022 23:22 |  #7843

realairlight wrote in post #19449904 (external link)
Thanks for it!:love::love::love::love::love:

Happily look at it with all of my eyes

Scary, but great job photographing it!


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Nov 25, 2022 00:29 |  #7844

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Scary, but great job photographing it!

Since you said scary, I offer a true one (to me).
Here it is:

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A dragonfly or fly

What it fears me is the story behind, the fungus (external link) control the mind of the infected insect to climb up higher in order to spread spores later more efficiently.

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Nov 25, 2022 07:47 |  #7845

realairlight wrote in post #19449911 (external link)
Since you said scary, I offer a true one (to me).
Here it is:
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A dragonfly or fly

What it fears me is the story behind, the fungus (external link) control the mind of the infected insect to climb up higher in order to spread spores later more efficiently.

Oh, yuk. But yes, I've heard of bizarre things like this happening in nature.


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