Haplomalachius Flabellatus

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Sharks
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Haplomalachius Flabellatus

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Haplomalachius Flabellatus by Can Tunçer, on Flickr

The antenna of Haplomalachius Flabellatus similar the deer horn. These antennas are called "pectinate" in the insect world. It looks really beautiful.

Bigger Version: https://www.flickr.com/photos/-can-/331 ... 4/sizes/o/

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Post by lonepal »

Very nice stack, they are really like deer horns!
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Post by Troels »

Well done.
Nice composition.

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Post by Beatsy »

Mouldy viking :) Very nice picture.

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Post by Cornel »

Nice, can you give us some info on how you obtained that background?

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Thanks :)

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Cornel wrote:Nice, can you give us some info on how you obtained that background?
I use colored paper for background :)

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Post by ConstantinCornel »

Sharks wrote:
Cornel wrote:Nice, can you give us some info on how you obtained that background?
I use colored paper for background :)
It has something that looks like bokeh balls, that's why I'm asking. What's with that? :D

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ConstantinCornel wrote:
Sharks wrote:
Cornel wrote:Nice, can you give us some info on how you obtained that background?
I use colored paper for background :)
It has something that looks like bokeh balls, that's why I'm asking. What's with that? :D
Bokeh brush for Photoshop :)

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