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Ickle stuff

Discussion in 'Macro Images Forum' started by RyanB, May 17, 2019 at 8:59 PM.

  1. RyanB

    RyanB Always on Premium Member

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    Another set of tiny things in the garden

    1. Flower beetle
    IMG_3200.jpg

    2.Red velvet mite
    IMG_3244.jpg

    3. Aphid/ globby?? it was really small
    IMG_3267.jpg

    4.Leaf hopper
    IMG_3328.jpg

    5. Springtail (4 stack)
    SpringTail.jpg

    6.Leaf hopper
    Untitled4.jpg
     
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  2. Roger S

    Roger S Crazy Canuck Administrator

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    These are excellent shots, even if they are a bit "icky".
     
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  3. kayak

    kayak Old Hand

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    I don't know how you find all these little creatures in your garden. I don't see them in my garden.
    Should've gone to specsavers, I guess. :grin:
     
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  4. RyanB

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    Thanks Roger, they're ickle not icky although I guess the former depends on your size and the later depends on your opinion.
    Gotta look close, the biggest thing here is the velvet mite at around 4-5mm and the smallest is the springtail 2-2.5mm. I certainly had to go to specsavers.:D
     
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    Some fine ickle stuff photography. Well done that man.
     
  6. kayak

    kayak Old Hand

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    Ok. I know how to quote, and I know how to multi-quote. But I don't know how to select part of a double quote, as above.
    Errr, now I forgot what I was going to say. :oops:
     
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    Stunning macro as usual Ryan, glad you put the detail about the velvet mite, I was thinking wow they have big buggers down there. The ones on our window sill are miles smaller and never successfully got one yet.
     
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  8. RyanB

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    Cheers Phil, most appreciated
    Thanks Gaelldew, Here is another I took this afternoon this time with an aphid meal on its plate.

    5 stack
    VelvetMite2.jpg

    and another springtail on a slightly more interesting bg
    SpringTail4.jpg
     
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  9. kayak

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    Great shots! You're getting a bit too good at this. :grin:
     
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    Cheers Kayak
     

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