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|Carpocoris mediterraneus Tamanini, 1958|
Common name: Red sheld bug
The Red sheld bug is a polyphagus pentatomid very common in Cretan fauna. It attacks mainly wild plant fresh seeds and leaves. There is not any report for damage on crops.
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- [2015-06-19 12:02]
Hi Nikos,good capture with the best details on the right part,bright colors to,a specie very common in my country too.Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano
- [2015-06-19 16:10]
Gia sou Nikos,
Beautiful presentation of this Carpocoris mediterraneus ..
Very good composition and good sharpness.
Have a nice weekend,
I see you the same "bärfis" in Greece as we have up here. ;-)
Pretty good details and nice colours.
Maybe DOF is about shallow, the end is a bit soft, nevertheless it's a nice picture.
Ciao Nikos, great macro of lovelybug, fine details, excellent clarity and wonderful colors, very well done, my friend, have a good week end, ciao Silvio
- [2015-06-21 20:02]
A very good shot of this colorful shield bug. The front portion is super sharp showing excellent detail and beautiful color. Just a tad more DOF and the hind end would be equally as sharp. All the same I really like this presentation a lot.