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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Counter, Aug 29, 2008.
............ what these are I'm sure:smile:
I sure don't despite scouring all my books.
I'm not a hemipterist but it helps when you know how to narrow down your search :smile:
This Rhopalus parumpunctatus.
I KNEW you'd know!!!
However, now I know what to look for, are you sure it's not Rhopalus subrufus?
O.k., you got me - I'm a bit busy today.
Rhopalus subrufus is correct.
You opened the right page of the right book for me Harry!
Thank you :smile:
thanks to harry for the continuing education
what lens, please?
(i have no EXIF reader on my work computer... sorry)
Thank you Greg. D300 and 60mm AF-S.
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