Amazon Pics Part 76

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Amazon Pics Part 76

Post by Moebius »

The series continues...


This moth paraded around with his wings in this position for the entire time I shot his likeness.


Another hopper variety


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Post by Ken Ramos »

A really strange looking moth that first one, reminds me of a tree hopper. Seems as though I have seen some that look like that though but not in quite some time. Very good images there Ken :D , however the hopper in the third seems to be sort of flat and soft looking but as we all know, sometimes you have to take what you can get and ideal shooting angles and conditions are not always there. :-k

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Post by Cyclops »

Unbelievable diversity of bugs-would love to spend some time there!
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Post by beetleman »

All three are really incredible. The moth is amazing. On the third photo, it looks like the focus went to his upper Right leg joint, other than that, the creature and the photo are great :wink:
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Post by Gordon C. Snelling »

Ken first one is a leaf hopper, pretty cool one.

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