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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Yvette, Jun 4, 2007.
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Nicely done Yvette!! I've not seen a ladybug with that many spots, ours always have only 2 or 3 per side.
Nice bugs! Once you use a macro lens, a backyard is like a zoo - so many things to photograph :smile:
I realy like the 1st one the other 2 nah but 1st one is top!
Thanks Gretchen. This is called a Harmonia Ladybug. Yesterday while I was photographing them I saw all these other bugs running around the plant and didn't know what they were. This morning I just saw on the internet that it is actually the larvae of the Harmonia ladybug. I will post a picture below.
Thank you Simon. You are right. I notice so many things now that I would never have seen before. It is a lot of fun.
The larvae of the Harmonia ladybug. I only figured out this morning what this was.
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