MONOMAD : LARVAE OF MEXICAN BEAN BEETLE
To take part in today's #monomad contest, I'd like to show you some Macro Photo of an Animal. The animals that I will share on this occasion are animals that belong to the class of Insects, and this time I will share a photo of an insect larva called the Mexican Bean Beetle, this is the name I found when I matched the photo of the yellow larva in my smartphone gallery on Google Lens.
Here I will also quote some explanations on wikipedia that explain the larvae of insects that I will share on this occasion, there it is written that;
"The larvae are usually yellow, spiny, and pill-shaped. Each is approximately 1.6 millimeters in length when first emerged, and grows to about centimeter length before pupation. . . . . ." - Read More On Wikipedia
The insects that I share this time are photos of insects that I took yesterday at the same time I took the photo of flies that I shared yesterday at the Monomad challenge, and the photos that I share this time were also taken with a smartphone camera and the help of a macro lens, hope you like it ;)
The size of the larvae that I share this time is very small, you can see it in the photo I share below, there I have taken a photo of this larvae which I lined up with my thumb, and below you can also see the original color of the larvae that I shared on this occasion. Okay buddy, this is the photo I mean in this paragraph;
Okay buddy, maybe that's all I can say in this post, sorry if there are some words that are difficult to understand, because here I am still using the help of Google translator to translate my writing into English. See you in my next post, don't forget to smile every day, because that smile is charity :)
|Camera||Poco X3 NFC|
|Lens||Sony 25mm & Q-Lens 35mm|
|Photography||Larvae (Mexican Bean Beetle)|
|Location||Indonesia - Aceh|
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there are so many types of caterpillar larvae that you find my friend.
Hi @dusk.hunter , thanks for support 🤗
Btw this is not a caterpillar, this is the larvae of an animal that will become a beetle ☺🤝
Thank you so much 🤗