|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note [French]|
|Sicus ferrugineus (Linnaeus, 1761) |
Sicus ferrugineus is a strange-looking species of fly. These flies lay their eggs on bumble bees. Their larvae are endoparasites of bumble bees of the genus Bombus. It is common throughout much of Europe.
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- [2009-11-04 12:39]
Hi Catherine. Yes this is a little strange looking. But i must say you have taken a first class close up of this colourful fly. Your use of the light has given fine detail and bright colours. well taken TFS.
- [2009-11-04 14:19]
Salut Catherine,c'est un interessante preview pour moi cette vespe,jamais vue et ta photo et la meilleur route pour la decouvrir.Encore une fois une prise de vue fantastique et une qualite' excellente,mes plus gros compliments et bonne journee',Luciano
Ciao Catherine. Excellent details and greta light to exalt bright natural colours. Interesting POV and very good DOF.
Wonderful capture this sharp capture!
Wonderful colors and details.
this fly is lovely and you had the chance to come very close. The face is strange - and I like your interesting note - Eggs on bumble bees, insects are creative.
Thanks and greetings
Sabine - wishnugaruda
Excellent details and wonderful colours.
Very good sharpness.