Palpares libelluloides - Antlion

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Palpares libelluloides - Antlion

Post by MacroLuv »

More photographs of Palpares libelluloides. :D I've got my link on www.photomacrography2.net of Palpares libelluloides in google search as first link! 8)

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On www.google.hr , type: antlion libelluloides :wink:

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Camera model Olympus SP-320
Date/time 02.08.2006/16:00:04
Exposure time 1/160 s
F-number f/7.1
ISO 64
Focal length 8 mm

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Camera model Olympus SP-320
Date/time 02.08.2006/16:03:01
Exposure time 1/640 s
F-number f/4
ISO 64
Focal length 8 mm

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Camera model Olympus SP-320
Date/time 02.08.2006/16:12:49
Exposure time 1/80 s
F-number f/7.1
ISO 64
Focal length 8 mm
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Post by beetleman »

Look at the claws on that guy....I like the third picture...Very sharp and lots of detail Nikola
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Post by Bruce Williams »

Hi Nikola,

Some great photos to kick off 2007 - I particularly like pic3 - interesting detail and pin sharp too.

Happy New Year!

Bruce

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Post by svalley »

Nikola, nice images. I like #3 best also. I wonder if the name libelluloides is a reference to it looking somewhat like an Odonate?
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Post by MacroLuv »

Thanks folks! :D
svalley wrote:Nikola, nice images. I like #3 best also. I wonder if the name libelluloides is a reference to it looking somewhat like an Odonate?

Probably it is a reference to percher, skimmer or dragonfly family LIBELLULIDAE. :-k
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Must agree with everyone Nikola, outstanding images to start off the New Year with. All of them nice an sharp and good DOF, a rather fierce looking beast I must say. :D

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