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Author 'Boucher Marc dit de Meilh' (Id 117625 ) : If anyone recognizes this insect let me know. Met at the edge of a building, dragging the garbage more or less? ! ... measuring about 6 to 7 mm long and 3-4 mm wide, walk fast enough, but seems shy at the slightest movement. Apparently does not really take the light. Taken to sigma 70-300 DG APO macro, at the moment. Marc. : 14:



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EXIF : Brand: Sony | Camera: Sony A500 | Objectif: Sigma 70-300mm F/4-5.6 DG APO Macro
Aperture: f/22.0 | Exposure time: 1/125 s | ISO: 200 | Focal: 70 mm (eq. 147 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Priorité temps d'exposition (3) | Correction: 0.7 EV | Flash: Oui(9) | Date: 25/05/2010 15:11:44
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Identification > Ranoux.dominique >Reply Sep 07, 2010
Hello Mark. Nice picture that allows a proper identification! 3: I can even specify that it is a female! Indeed, this sort of sting visible at the end of the abdomen is an auger to drill him to deposit her eggs, an ovipositor improved: 18: but not retractable. But this is not a "pall" 7: Although they belong to the same family (The Cetoniidae), is a "Valgus hemipterus. At +.
 
 > Author Boucher Marc dit de Meilh [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Sep 08, 2010
 
Nicandra thank you for the comment and the information provided. I do not really know what this insect but say between the two: 'pall' or 'Valgus hemipterus'? ! ... Regards, Mark. : 18:
 
 > Ranoux.dominique >Reply
Sep 16, 2010
 
Hello Marc I insist, it is a "Valgus hemipterus. This non-retractable ovipositor does not exist in other Cetonia. I'll take the rose chafer, because I do not remember if other beetles or may not have this feature! At +.
 
> Christelle [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 27, 2010
Hello Mark, this is true even if the macro beautiful insect is not very pretty. But you propose us always beautiful pictures. Thank you to you and see you soon. Christelle: 6:
 
 > Author Boucher Marc dit de Meilh [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
May 27, 2010
 
Christelle Hello, how are you? Thank you for your passage here. Photography is a macro that was, ultimately, not easy to do. The gray Cetonia is small only a few millimeters smaller and forth if I may say, then made a 'dig' to get something really noticeable if I can say ... Moreover, the conditions of shooting were not, technically speaking, very favorable. I tell you more Christelle since you came back from work, right? Regards, Mark. : 19:
 
> Isabelle S.B [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 26, 2010
If Lumixane as stated, this is a pall, one can not say it is a nice name! I have never encountered this insect. In any case, your decision is good and I see that you progress quickly in macro. 3:
 
 > Author Boucher Marc dit de Meilh [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
May 27, 2010
 
Hello Isa. 56. Yes, this insect is a Cetonia fatal. Pall also ... A tiny insect unseen in detail, to the naked eye. Thank you for saying that I'm progressing in macro is the goal of course. This style of photography is my passion and also through your photos I'm interested more today. You saw the pictures of Nicole with her Barberon Optio S50 and Denlig with FZ38? ... She also make macros with their superb AFN? Good day Isa and beautiful photos with the weather. Mark: 19:
 
> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 26, 2010
It is not your bug really nice, but what a beautiful macro thou hast made. 3:
 
 > Author Boucher Marc dit de Meilh [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
May 27, 2010
 
Bah, you think ???... Ninik A nice macro that photograph? Well, well if you say it's probably true. I'm happy anyway, whether you like it, is my greatest joy to please! Beautiful photos and a kiss, Marc. : 19:
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 26, 2010
: 20: This beetle 'pall' (Oxythyrea funesta) is a 'Cetonia' called 'Cetonia fatal' or 'gray Cetonia'. In this environment, it was already discovered. Very common in fields of colza Bravo Marc for your look and thank you for the show. 3:
 
 > Author Boucher Marc dit de Meilh [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
May 26, 2010
 
Hello fan Belfort and thank you for your lights. It is true that I did not expect to find this insect in the middle almost unusual, not so very nature, an insect that emphasizes first the flowers ... Cetonia fatal Cetonia gray pall, and so on. And its Latin name: Oxythyrea funesta. From sacred names on a tiny insect, you must admit! It is true that a few millimeters smaller in every sense and very little detail to the naked eye, make him a mostly unnoticed. In the darkness, light disastrous, disgusting on the floor ... conditions were not the top, you know? ! ... Well, go and photograph appears on the site and is not this the most important? In any case, you know everything said so! ... And thank you for help when I'm down. Sincerely yours, I wish you beautiful shots and good weather fan. Marc Boucher said Meillan.
 
> Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 26, 2010
Mark, I think it is Oxythyrea funesta or pall ... I photographed yesterday on a peony, I'll post soon. Your photo is beautiful.
 
 > Author Boucher Marc dit de Meilh [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Sep 08, 2010
 
Lumixane Hello, I think you're right there and go for the 'Mortuary Drap ... The picture is not necessarily there for a wallpaper, but more as a documentary. Ok, I'll see your creature. Thank you and good day. Marc.
 
 > Author Boucher Marc dit de Meilh [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
May 26, 2010
 
Hello Lumixane, in fact it is the 'fatal Cetonia' (Oxythyrea funesta), the Fan Belfort has told me that, indeed. Tiny insect, not much, so little details to the naked eye but looking pretty scary at first ... So no wonder about its name. Thank you for your comment and for appreciating my photograph taken in the shade, with little light for such a small matter. I had to use the flash medium. Regards and good, beautiful photographs as you can do. Marc Boucher said Meillan.
 
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