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Late Winter Garden Safari

  • Posted Feb. 8, 2011 by Ricardo in Insects. Viewed 3930 times

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1# - Apis mellifera aka Honey Bee
2# - Eggs from Mantis
3# - Anthomyia sp
4# - Musca domestica aka Common House Fly
5# - Unkown Grasshopper, probably still a ninfa
6# 7# 8# - Melanostoma mellinum
9# 10# - Wasp Nest, Hopefully I’ll have pictures of its hatching
11# 12# - Euscelis sp. aka brown leafhopper
13# - Some kind of Leafhopper, probably a ninfa

Let's photograph them fast! weather man says it will be rainy! yahoo! I wanna macro the droplets next LOL :))

They will look cute enlarged ;)

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    • # Carlos Castro

      Com os diabos meu amigo! Como disse vc é um encantador de bichinhos que ficam quietinhos à sua disposição! Acredito que sejas um biólogo, e dos bons. Parabéns - Rique

      2011.02.10 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Marsha

      Fantastic macros, Ricky! So much clarity, so many great angles in this set!!!

      2011.02.10 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Hanna Magnusson

      Beautiful set!
      Your winter is much greener than the Swedish :-)
      (here almost all insects hibernate, exept for some winter mosquitos)

      2011.02.08 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Karman

      Beautiful Captures. It amazes me; it is almost as if they set and wait for your to capture them on "film".

      2011.02.08 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Beth

      keep up the great work Ricky! wonderful macros and love that you give details of what you're shooting

      2011.02.08 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Dave

      Nice Mcro shot but I don't think that I would consider them "cute".

      2011.02.08 Edited Reply Cancel