Dragonfly and eleven eggs

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MacroLuv
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Dragonfly and eleven eggs

Post by MacroLuv »

It would be nice if a could teleport those eggs to Charles for further investigation. :lol:
I have no equipment for such a tiny things and have no idea from which insect they originate. 8)

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Model Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Date/time original 02.08.2007 18:24:09
Shutter speed value 1/320 s
Aperture value f/9
ISO speed ratings ISO 200
Focal length 100 mm

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This is a crop from #1.
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errors are welcome. :D

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Post by Mike B in OKlahoma »

Very impressive! The insect has no idea what he's standing next to!
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Post by beetleman »

Future Food :wink: Beautiful photos Nikola.
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Pretty cool shots there Nikola 8) I read an article here a while back on teleportation. Seems that it has become a reality in a sense. They can transport an inorganic object from point "A" to point "B" but only for a few kilometers and it has to be quite a small object, very small and anything organic...well, it ends up dead! :roll:

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Post by rjlittlefield »

The eggs look like some sort of true bug (Hemiptera), but after that I have no idea.

As for teleportation, Ken, that article didn't happen to carry an April 1 date, did it?

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Post by MacroLuv »

Thanks for comments folks! :)
rjlittlefield wrote:
As for teleportation, Ken, that article didn't happen to carry an April 1 date, did it?

--Rik
Presuming the whole April 1 has been teleported! :lol:
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Rik asked:
As for teleportation, Ken, that article didn't happen to carry an April 1 date, did it?
Can't remember Rik but I think it was sometime around there. I would have to look in our Discussions Forum because I am thinking someone might have posted a link to it in there. Then again I may have ran across it on Goggle or Weird News, can't remember. :-k

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