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Author 'Patjoe' A voir (Id 155315 ) : I appeal to Feist. What is that little animal? A barely visible under his finger grass, I almost miss without seeing it. I had the right to only one photo, because probably frightened by the black eye of the NPC, he dropped another on grass and I could not find him. Thank you for helping me.



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> Géna >Reply Aug 11, 2011
I have never seen this insect, thank you for letting us know that I am not sure if one day recognize the kind occurs to me! : 4:: 6:
 
> Alle [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 10, 2011
What details the insect with his trunk! Congratulations on this great catch! Seeing them so close, our insects are monsters anyway! We should be glad to be much larger than themselves and they can not bite us! : 19:
 
> Ghislain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 06, 2011
+: : 1: Bravo Joëlle. Well captured and well presented. It is not clear to practice the "ramping": 18: to catch insects in their daily lives.

-:Should we not just lower the gamma in a scholarly 'retouchette'?
 
 > Author Patjoe [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Aug 06, 2011
 
Ghislain Hello, thank you for your comment on the little beast. No this is not always easy to bend to reach 10 clicher nit yet so close ... It was not very nice: 12: since it would not ask for more than one photo ... But hey it still allows to find out. As against the gamma but I do not mind me, touch up, I do not really know except to put a little net and remove noise, and have a rubber stamp by p'tit here and there when he there is need, I can not do much today. So if you want to try, I will. Good weekend. Joëlle.
 
> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 01, 2011
This is a new addition to the galleries. Patjo thank you for this beautiful portrait, well framed. Shame about the overexposure of the ear.
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 01, 2011
: 1: With her big eyes, his curved beak antennas and brownish color, I think it is the 'nut weevil "or simply called' hazelnut weevil '(Curculio nucum). It is quite clear and presented in a pretty diagonally across the grass little overexposed in places. It is found more easily near the nut. Congratulations Patjo for having so well highlighted and thank you. : 3:
 
 > Author Patjoe [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Aug 01, 2011
 
Thank you very much for any Fan Belfort your explanations. I am happy to have a name for this insect. Overexposure is that the sun was there, the insect and much of the grass was in the shade. The sun played precisely between the branches and leaves of hazel. And the little creature did not give me the choice of photos, that's all. Friendly.
 
> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 01, 2011
A nice picture of this small weevil. I think it's Curculio glandium. It's a weevil family Curculionidae. Nice catch, very clear at the end of the grass: 3:
 
 > Author Patjoe [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Aug 01, 2011
 
The thank you Fada Marseille, for these explanations and your appreciation. He was well under a walnut. Thank you.
 
Identification > Minimo [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Aug 01, 2011
It is a hazelnut weevil (Curculio nucum) is a weevil family Curculionidae) Adult cause great damage by eating the hazelnut leaves. In May-June, the female digs a hole in a hazel green lays. The larvae develop in and feed on the kernel.
 
 > Author Patjoe [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Aug 01, 2011
 
Thank you very much for these explanations Minimo well documented. I'm glad to identify this insect. I like to know the name of what I photograph. And the mayor of my town holding a barter-plants in recent years in October, the elected officials who care have decided to take the theme of insects. One of them asked me to put my photos on this theme. Without being a great photographer like some Feist who make beautiful pictures, I can have some nice photos that I will explain with a small explanatory note for each. All this in all modesty and amidst many other events and exhibitions. But I'm glad you ask me. The hard part is being able to develop these pictures at a reasonable price ... Minimo soon. Thank you again.
 
> Guylaine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 01, 2011
This is not a kind of bombyle: 16:, but not sure the animal is very special anyway. : 1:
 
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