Mexican Bean Beetle | Insect | Macro Photography
Hello everyone, how are you all Hiver users who I respect, I hope we are always in the protection above, because that is the hope of all of us. So before I go any further, I want to say hello to everyone here in general, and also to the Hive users around me. On a sunny morning at that time, I had time to go hunting for insects in the forest near my house, which is not far from my house, but there was a slight problem, namely it was very cold at that time caused by a drizzle.
And after I waded through the forest, then I found a yellow and very beautiful bug standing on one of the wooden branches, so I was attracted to the bug. if in natural terms this bug is also called Mexican Bean Beetle usually this beetle stands on a relatively high place, but when it's cold like this the beetle is standing on a branch, so it's a little easier for me to take pictures for my current post.
This type of bean beetle is a species of lady beetle that can be an agricultural pest, because in general this beetle eats from a series of young plants. This is one of the few lady beetles that are around us, only research says this beetle comes from the western world that eats plants rather than other insects. It is found throughout Mexico and the eastern United States, and is abundant in the wetter and more irrigated areas west of the Rocky Mountains. It does not tolerate very dry areas.
This is all I can write today, hopefully I can understand it in a very bad situation, even so I managed to share this post to the hive application, or hive.blog And a deep thank you to everyone who has visited my blog, don't forget to follow and vote for me to post, and others don't forget to share this post with other friends.
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|Camera||Realme GT Master Edition|
|Category||Insect Macro Photography|
|Lens||External Macro Lensbong|