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The macro foto of this little guy is amazing. You can see all the details and the colors of his eyes fits really well with the green blurred background.

The macro foto of this little guy is amazing. You can see all the details and the colors of his eyes fits really well with the green blurred background.~ I want a macro lens

What wonderful shades of blue. Sort of resembles a flower while standing on it's head.

A blue damselfly. The difference between damselflies and dragonflies is that the damsels fold up their wings while perched. Dragonflies keep them open.

My good luck portent - Iridescent blue damselfly

Bugs that Look Like Bed bugs and How to Identification Bed bugs

Greek Damselfly, damselflies can be found in freshwater habitats from temporary pools to waterfalls, but individual species occupy only habitats within a certain range of water speeds. IT'S SOOOO BEAUTIFUL! LOOK AT IT!

Lanternfly -------- found this interesting, I have never seen one before ------- and it looks nothing like the lightening bugs from here ------ wondering if the back end lights up too since it is called a lanternfly

Previous pinner: Lanternfly -------- found this interesting, I have never seen one before ------- and it looks nothing like the lightening bugs from here ------ wondering if the back end lights up too since it is called a lanternfly

Photographer Thomas Shahan takes incredible close up macro pictures from a bugs eye-view

Environment

Blue Damselfly (Argia vivida) Damselflies are predatory, preying on small insects such as flies and mosquitoes. Some larger species have even been observed to eat spiders, plucking them directly from.

A beautiful shot of a Dragonfly. yusufçuk by Sultann - Photo 211507329 / 500px

A beautiful shot of a Dragonfly. yusufçuk by Sultann - Photo 211507329 &

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