Another Green Lacewing (without red eye correction)

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Another Green Lacewing (without red eye correction)

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Took these after the wasp, the previous post. With the same lighting setup again, though for the first picture I used an objective that can be flashed through, to eliminate the black spots in the middle of the eyes.
This introduced a bit of red in the center. The 2nd picture shows dorsal view, this was done with a 6.3x objective.
And I added my name in Chinese, to make a change.

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Very nice pictures!
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Nice

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Super nice!

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Great eyes!

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Post by WalterD »

Troels, Jacek, Carlos and David: thank you for your kind words. Does one of you by the way know about the third pair of mouth parts (the upper pair).
The green lacewings I've seen before had only two of these. Maybe a mutation?

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