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5x - Apilado de 168 fotos.Pasos de 0,017 mm. Ampliación 5x CANON EOS 1000D - Objetivo Nikon BD Plan 10x- 0.25 210/0 - 0,5" - ISO100

Look at this handsome spider eyes! Jim Henson had to be inspired by this type of close up.

Photographer Ireneusz Irass Waledzik - collection of fascinating facet eyes of dragonflies, bees and flies. ✖️Fosterginger.Pinterest.Com✖️No Pin Limits✖️More Pins Like This One At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest ✖️✖️Fosterginger.Pinterest.Com✖️No İğne Sınırları This Daha Fazla Bükülmüş Burçlar FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest✖️

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Photographer Ireneusz Irass Waledzik - collection of fascinating facet eyes of dragonflies, bees and flies. <me> "the eyes have it"

Bocydium globulare (leafhopper) - this is just a model, but having seen photos, they really are this nutty-looking. I kind of want one for a pet. I'd name it "Globby."

This is the Brazilian Tree hopper, or Bocydium globulare - a real living insect. Its other name is "The Bell Bearer"; the "Globulare" part of its Latin moniker stands for these utterly bizarre spheroids on the top (they are not antennae!

The Picasso Bug : The incredible insect looks like its been hand-painted by an…

The Picasso Bug : Shield-backed Bug (Scutelleridae), probably Sphaerocoris annulus

One species of the genus Umbelligenus (  Euphorbiaceae : Euraceae) Umbelligerus sp. Picture taken in: Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica. (Auto web translated from Japanese)

One species of the genus Umbelligenus ( Euphorbiaceae : Euraceae) Umbelligerus sp. Picture taken in: Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica. (Auto web translated from Japanese)

The worker bee is just over a centimeter long and weighs only about 60 milligrams; nevertheless, she can fly with a load heavier than herself. --The Honey Bee

Coming in for a landing….Bees are a symbol of fertility as they spread their joy between flowers so that we can continue to appreciate all that we take soo much for granted. Please plant flowers to encourage, birds, bees and butterflies.

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