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Photo#48170
The birth of a wheel bug. - Arilus cristatus

The birth of a wheel bug. - Arilus cristatus
Efland, Orange County, North Carolina, USA
April 16, 2006
Size: 5mm

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Moved from Wheel Bug.

Focus is a bit off
But, the sequence of images and the depicted action was amazing to see. :o) I may be a critical @$#@#$@#@, but I can appreciate the action too. :o) And yes, I truly grinned the whole time I wrote this as I love the little critters and watching them and you saved me many hours (if not years :o) here.

all the best,

Sean (who knows content can matter more than technique, but has yet to convince himself of that on a regular basis ;o)

 
Curious
How did I save you hours?

 
You found the insects and pho
You found the insects and photographed them so that I did not have to do it while still getting to enjoy seeing the action.

Wonderful!
Terrific series!

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