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Close up insects

irnwrkr

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JCR TX

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That's neat.
 

Smigo

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Took these today whilst detecting.
First an Australian Stick Mimicking Katydid
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Aussie Gum Leaf Grasshopper below
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Tiny beetles feeding on the pollen of a Pepper Bush. You crush the flowers and they smell exactly like black pepper. Guess the beetles like pepper!
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