Lantern bug/lanternfly Pyrops spinolae

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Lantern bug/lanternfly Pyrops spinolae

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My 6th lantern bug / lanternfly :) Pyrops spinolae?

The whole collection is here: http://orionmystery.blogspot.com/2011/0 ... n-fly.html


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Superb! (The wings of that thing are just begging for a high mag stack imo!) :)

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lauriek wrote:Superb! (The wings of that thing are just begging for a high mag stack imo!) :)
Thanks Laurie.

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Post by Eric F »

Kurt -- your collection of lanternfly images are wonderful! Fabulous photos of incredible creatures!

Eric

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Post by twebster »

What a beautiful bug and photo series. I am very fond of the first image. Maybe a bit of burning-in in the head and thorax area might reveal some more details in these areas. Well done. :)
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Post by DeVil »

Interesting bug, beautiful colors :)

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Post by scitch »

Great pictures of a very strange creature.

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Thanks Mike, DeVil, twebster, Eric.

twebster, on my calibrated screen, i can see the details on white.

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Wonderful captures Kurt :) - amazing looking bug
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Wow! what an absolutely stunning invert'.
Well executed...a cracking shot.


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Thanks, Brian, Gary for looking and commenting.

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Post by Martin G. »

gorgeous bug and excellent pictures as usual Kurt

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Martin G. wrote:gorgeous bug and excellent pictures as usual Kurt
Thanks Martin.

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