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Bupestre p1110611 6 mm

Author 'Denlig' A voir (Id 66261 ) : This beautiful insect body Noue is the scourge of the Cedar hedges: it's the Bupestre of the genevriers (Ovalisia festiva) or Palmar festiva. It is its larva which digging turns brown branches and eventually destroy the whole hedges (if it could me rid of these horrible Cedar around my garden: 20:).

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EXIF : Brand: Panasonic | Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ8
Aperture: f/5.6 | Exposure time: 1/250 s | ISO: 100 | Focal: 51 mm (eq. 306 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Priorité ouverture (2) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 18/07/2008 12:41:37
Bupestre p1110611 6 mm: 9 Comment(s) | Very Good (4.33/5) | 3 Avis de visiteur
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> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Dec 18, 2011
I just discovered this beautiful macro, excellent sharpness. The metallic colors of this insect are beautiful and you we offers an splendid picture.
> MiouMiou >Reply Sep 15, 2009
Excellent image, well done the photographer yet equipped 'amateur'.
> Cloclo >Reply Apr 12, 2009
It is beautiful but it's scary: 17:: 1:: 4:
> Daddy >Reply Sep 26, 2008
Sharp, insect also pretty devastating.
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> Géna >Reply Aug 21, 2008
It is wonderful this insect. I don't think I have ever seen. Thanks to let us discover.
> Marcel >Reply Jul 29, 2008
I think that a slight rotation of 15° and a crop, would allow a better presentation.
An inversion of meaning could bring in more.
> Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 29, 2008
I've already met him, but without the points and I did not know that its larva, precisely, was the source of our troubles, the garden is also framed by cedar trees that I do not like but which have the merit of we caulk then with or without ? The future will tell... A very nice image.
> Tsouret [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 28, 2008
A true gem of this insect with its emerald green and golden brown which blends in perfectly with the background.
> Guylaine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 28, 2008
It is very beautiful this insect, what beautiful colors. Well-photographed in addition.
> Heuze.michel [G] [P] [C] >Reply Jul 28, 2008
A beautiful insect, well framed and sharp. do not always rely on the beauty !!! Nice picture
> WebMaster FEI [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 28, 2008
I preferred to create the topic Ovalisia, this name referred me more result in GooGle Image Bupestre.
With its green, its big black eyes and antennas, it makes me think of an extra-terrestrial perso .
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 28, 2008
This 'Bupreste brilliant' (Ovalisia festiva) has beautiful colors of metallic green with dark spots. By contrast, the 'Cypress', 'Juniper' is the 'Cedar'... perish quickly, because of the larvae disrupts the flow of the sap. Beautiful insect but very harmful. Bravo for the look and thank you for the show.
Comment(s) : 9 | Average : Very Good (4.33/5)
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