WORLDWIDE PHOTO WEEK: Part 926 - Bugs

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Every week we select a new theme, and then go out and shoot that theme. This week the theme is Bugs. As always be as imaginative/creative as you like when interpreting the theme, creativity is what we're looking for.


Show us some Bugs, any kind and try your best to tell us the name/kind of bug and its' proper name if possible.
I'm not classifying the Bugs, so any little critter will be considered a Bug if it's not a mammal or reptile or a fish or a bird (you get it , right?).




Here are the rules:

  • Because this activity is supposed to encourage us to get out and shoot, please don't post old shots from your archives.
  • Shots need to be taken between Tuesday, after the new theme is posted and the following Monday by sunset (Whenever that is for you).
  • Snapshots and art are equally welcome -- just get out & shoot, and then share!
  • Post your shots at any time during the week.
  • Please abide by the Focus on Photography posting rules
Thatā€™s it! Have fun! As always be as imaginative/creative as you like when interpreting the theme, creativity is what we're looking for.

An Index to Previous weeks can be found here : WORLDWIDE PHOTO WEEK

That's it!

Have fun!
 
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Wow, Mikbone, that is pretty spectacular.. some sort of Olympic synchronized eating!
Great contribution .. with all the boxes checked! (y)
 
Spotted this about 2 feet from where I sit at the computer. The little Oly was nearby and given very poor lighting conditions I used the flash. Not a great shot but after one try I gave it a free glass & card ride to the great outdoors. Best guess is: Agroeca brunnea. Since that is mainly found in Europe it may be something closely related.

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Larva (sawfly, I think) on raspberry. I check berries for bugs before bringing them inside. Then I rinse them under running water. Somehow this creature escaped inspection. It was refrigerated overnight but was quite active when it warmed up.

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I'm about to assume that all bugs in my area are dead.. My plants are fried after too many days of 118Ā° - 124Ā° heat.. going on 3 weeks .
We finally had the smallest amount of tropical rain yesterday (yes it is Monsoon season) and the temps dropped to a pleasant 97Ā°.
We are awaiting more thunder storms, with high humidity and normal temps (107Ā°)

And now there are reports of hail!! :oops:
 
Was actually photographing an individual florette cluster on a Cow Parsnip plant and spotted this guy. Fair bit of cropping as I was dealing with wind which can really mess up focus if you get too close and the subject moves between focus and release.YellowSpider.jpg
 
So you've got a Crab Spider (Misumena vatia)..
Funny because, it comes up on the same/similar flowers as yours..

Don't y'all use Google Image Search?
 
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