Some pictures from Croatia.

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kutilka
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Some pictures from Croatia.

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Canon 2,8/100macro.
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Super series! Great lighting and detail

My picks would be the first and the last

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Excellent. Every one.
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Thank you... :D

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How brilliant are these? Love the colours, just wonderful. What are the insects in the second photo, please? Is it a type of wasp beetle?

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=D> Very nice.
Thanks for sharing.

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Lovely shots, kutilka!
DrHook wrote:What are the insects in the second photo, please? Is it a type of wasp beetle?
Yes, same family, one of the "longhorn beetles", Coleoptera:Cerambycidae. The larvae are wood-borers, adults often eat pollen and are found mating on flower heads, like these.

--Rik

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Thanks for the info, Rik. I wonder how far west that particular species is distributed - nice looking insects!

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Post by Dalantech »

Love the light and framing on that last shot!

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DrHook wrote:How brilliant are these? Love the colours, just wonderful. What are the insects in the second photo, please? Is it a type of wasp beetle?
Coleoptera/Cerambycidae/Stenopterus flavicornis.

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