Insects Photos Only

Discussion in 'Insects' started by Aquarist, Jul 17, 2015.

  1. Aquarist

    Aquarist Fishlore Legend Member

    Please use this topic to post your Insect photos. I'll leave it stickied so it appears at the top of the posts.



    Please use your own photos, and not material from the internet.

    Please post your photos as attachments, rather than links.

    While your compliments on the photos are really appreciated, text-only posts will be removed after a while to keep the gallery pictures-only. If there is a discussion you do not want to loose, please start it again in a separate thread.


    The Mod Team
  2. kidster9700

    kidster9700 Well Known Member Member

    Caught this guy when I was closing at work. He was just walking around the store. ImageUploadedByFish Lore Aquarium Fish Forum1438023794.141521.jpg ImageUploadedByFish Lore Aquarium Fish Forum1438023804.395957.jpg
    I think it's a brown variation of the European mantis. If anyone here actually knows anything about these guys, send me a PM.

    Sent from my iPhone using Fish Lore Aquarium Fish Forum
  3. guppycrazy

    guppycrazy Valued Member Member

    Here is a dragonfly I found on my screen. I think he's waiting for the sun to come out so he could warm up.
  4. DoubleDutch

    DoubleDutch Fishlore Legend Member

    3182.jpg 3183.jpg 3184.jpg 3185.jpg 3186.jpg bumblebee
  5. TurtleManBob

    TurtleManBob Valued Member Member

    [​IMG] lol not sure what this is
  6. R

    River fish Valued Member Member

    Baby Katydid! IMG_0482.JPG
  7. fjh

    fjh Well Known Member Member

    Nothing special... just a ladybug and dew drops on a leaf
  8. guppycrazy

    guppycrazy Valued Member Member

    Wow nice picture Fjh!
  9. Reef Ventures

    Reef Ventures Valued Member Member

    IMG_2664.jpg bee.jpg damsel_fly.jpg
    Im into photography as a hobby myself and my niche are is still/macro photographs of insects. Here are 2 images I got of a male blue damsel fly (hes only about 2 cm long) and a bee mid flight. The bee is barely 1cm long

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