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|Aelia acuminata Bishop's Mitre Bug|
A large and distinctive striped shield bug with an obviously pointed head and ridged pronotum.
There is one generation per year, adults mating and laying eggs in spring and early summer. The larvae feed on the ripening seeds of a range of grasses in the Poaceae; new adults may be found from August onwards. Nymphs may be confused with the smaller Neottiglossa pusilla.
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Make: NIKON CORPORATION
Model: NIKON D90
Software: Adobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
Exposure Time: 1/10 sec
Focal Length: 150/1 mm
Date Taken: 2011-06-23 18:56
Metering Mode: Pattern
File Size: 280 kb
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i like your composition and colourfull pic very much.
Very interesting macro. Well spotted insects.
very nice and sharpness picture
Great details and beautiful colours
thanks greeting lou
Great shot of these bugs on a blackberry. Great sharpness and beautiful composition
- [2012-01-25 7:46]
Un excelente juego de contrastes entre los colores verde, negro y las chinches. Enhorabuena.
A Fantastic captured macro with superb sharpness and details. Your POV and DOF is splendid and combined with the beautiful colours makes this a winning composition my friend. Well done.