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Cerambyx scopolii Füssli, 1775 (Cerambyx longicorn) , is an invasive species of longhorn beetle from Europe. Its wood-boring larvae will grow in oak, willow, and chestnut, and in sufficient density can kill a tree.
in Ws a frontal view...........
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Make: NIKON CORPORATION
Model: NIKON D90
Software: Adobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
Exposure Time: 1/30 sec
Focal Length: 150/1 mm
Date Taken: 2011-04-30 12:04
Metering Mode: Center Weighted Average
File Size: 291 kb
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- [2011-05-05 6:16]
Great to see this impressive Longhorn, that is rare in my country. Both the main and WS images are great and make a fine presentation of Cerambyx scopoli.
Thanks and kind regards,
- [2011-05-05 7:53]
Two great views of this fantastic Longhorn beetle! Excellent details in both and the antennae are shown very clearly.
Many thanks and regards, Ulla
Very beautiful photo of this beetle in fantastic sharpness and very beautiful colours.
very interesting capture, vivid colors and very sharp details, excellent POV,
thanks foa sharing, see you around,
Ciao Sergio, bella macro di un gran cornuto, bello anche il WS con vista frontale, ottima nitidezza e splendidi dettagli, bravo, ciao Silvio