Weird, Bizarre Insects or Spiders
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Here's your chance to show us the really weird, bizarre beasties you've found in your photography forays. You may or may not know what they are, and other entrants or viewers might be able to assist. Macro shots welcome. Photos taken outside in the real world are preferred, but for this challenge, you may have had a reason for shooting it indoors. SIZE: 1,600px MAXIMUM ON LONGER SIDE.
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Saturday, 10th November, 2012 (GMT)
Saturday, 17th November, 2012 – Friday, 23rd November, 2012 (GMT)
Saturday, 24th November, 2012 – Friday, 30th November, 2012 (GMT)
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This is the nickname I give to this lanternfly because of its long "nose". The scientific name is Pyrops candelaria or Fulgora candelaria. The long red "nose" is actually its proboscis. The lanternfly pierces with it into tree trunk to drink its sap and despite its common name it does not emit light. Its favorite trees are lychee and longan both bear sweet juicy fruits.
|Submitted:||Saturday, 17th November, 2012 02:57 (GMT)|
|Taken:||Sunday, 15th April, 2007|
|Focal length:||135 mm|
|Shutter speed:||1/160 sec|
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