Sawing Support Beetle
Hi Rob, it does look like a bit of a monster. I can't be much help on the ID other than to say it's a longhorn (family Cerambycidae) of some kind. I've had a look at what I have and I can't find it.
Nice shot, good pose - I hopw your brother is OK :-)
- extramundi (13168)
- [2005-07-07 18:36]
Well it is a big one, strange you had not seen before. Nice DOF you got in this shot, to configure a fine scene.
I am afraid I cannot help you with this ones.
Best wishes in this difficult moment. We know what it is.
- jagathcham (599)
- [2005-07-07 23:07]
A wonderfully clear capture of the insect.
Light has been used very nicely here.
BG is a great asset in this composition.
POV is great.
- Marx44 (3795)
- [2005-07-08 1:03]
- Cpamoi (145)
- [2005-07-08 1:37]
ooh! big monster, nice shot
I post the same "monster" ;)
- manyee (23770)
- [2005-07-08 2:43]
Fantastic macro, Robert. Sharp details, good exposure and composition. Well done and TFS. : )
- liquidsunshine (5437)
- [2005-07-08 2:53]
Great shot Rob,
Well composed, good detail, colours and sharpness.
Nicely captured, no idea on ID though. Thanks for posting.
Have a good weekend
Hi, very good shot, DOF could be better, but this animal is too big, I think. I cannot agree with cosml: S. meridianus is more delicate. I think, that this is longhorn beetle Prionus coriarius, female.
- wallhalla15 (13829)
- [2005-07-08 11:51]
Very good shot. Great POV and very good details. Good visual impact. TFS.
- carper (8439)
- [2005-07-08 13:45]
very nice one Robert,
fantastic shot, good capture, great composition, good in pov, I don't know the specie of this beetle, very good job,
- TAZ (10926)
- [2005-07-09 3:43]
Beautiful and interesting shot for this big insect ! Composition, colors, details and sharpness are very good ! Thanks for sharing Robert.
- Signal-Womb (11094)
- [2005-07-09 6:36]
Interesting insect Rob, great capture with nice details to appreciate. Good job.
- cosmln (1952)
- [2005-07-10 5:43]
is posible to be a Stenocorus meridianus
check at http://www.uochb.cas.cz/~natur/cerambyx/stenmer.htm
is not a prionus coriarius (http://www.uochb.cas.cz/~natur/cerambyx/prionuscor.htm) chech here.
- gerhardt (11620)
- [2005-07-11 7:26]
I like the close up view of this MONSTER, Robert.
*Acceptable, **Average, ***Good, ****Great, *****Outstanding
Hello, in opinion it's neither Stenocorus nor Prionus but Oxymirus cursor, species that is typical especially for hilly and mountain areas. This is a female I believe. Compare:
and tell what you think :-)
- mesquens (2019)
- [2008-02-27 0:32]
Great shot and composition, excellent sharpnes and POV.