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Hatchlings:



A77II + Minolta 100mm f/2.8 Macro D, 1/160, f/10, ISO100, WL Flash
 



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Great shot Matt.









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This, I think, is the Acanthocerus cruciger but I am not sure. I do know that it is a 'true bug' and I am fairly positive it belongs to the Coreidae family. It was seen resting on a new leaf of a young Sea Grape tree in the Dominican Republic. Didn't have my macro lens with me so did my best with my 70-300G, hand held, and a fair bit of cropping in post.



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Two outtakes from my boat tour to the carmorant colony near the Naarden Lake

Agelastica (Elzenhaantje)


Dragonflies (Waterjuffer)


A99 + Sigma 105 f2.8 EX DG HSM OS
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On the path of focus

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A99 & Min 100 2.8 Macro
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Aperture: f/8.0 | Exposure Time: 0.01 sec (1/100) | ISO: 200
How small is small?
Well, if it's bigger than 23x16mm, then it is huge!
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Carabus granulatus



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Neither a bug nor a spider, but think it fits best here anyway?

@Dumont, wonderful portraits!

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It's season for the rhododendron leafhoppers again

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