|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Many thanks to Radomir Jaskula (cicindela) for identification the beetle.|
A highly variable family of Tenebrioidea, as well in shape as in size (from slightly over 1 mm to 80 mm), frequently dark but sometimes beautifully coloured or metallic, rarely depigmented, normally alate or apterous, the eyes present, rarely anophthalmous, the eyes sometimes separated by episthomal canthus in lower and upper zone.
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Me encanta esta fotografia.El macro es de una calidad exelente,muy nitida,composicion correcta.Es realmente buena.Felicidades por esta foto
Excellent close up of this insect!
I like so much the texture of their body, it's really amazing, it looks like a chocolate decoration.
Very good POV to show us this clear details.
You managed so well the light available and the exposure.
Congratulations and thanks for share it.
My best regards,
- [2007-02-28 23:57]
What amazing markings on the back of this beetle.
Excellent sharpness and exposure, Alex.
A note would be greatly appreciated.
TFS. : )
This is a beetle from family Tenebrionidae, a detailed ID I will try to send you later :)
Great macro wioth fantastic details. I really like this picture!
Sharp with good contrast. The elytral pattern are so clear. As Radomir said this is a member of Tenebrionidae, Genus: Adesmia
Mr. / Ms. "NoName" reminds me of "Ditch Flowers"...
I have managed to photograph a bug that is a member of the NoName family too.
I think I need to ask Radomir for some bug-genealogy!
I love the patterns on the back of this bug! What a great design for a coffeemug, eh! The legs are pretty standard, Junebug like.. ;) Nothing to get too excited about. The usual grappling hooks at the ends. Excellent compo. Tfs, Jay