Sunday, May 23, 2010
Male Mosquito/ Macro Monday
This guy's body is twisted slightly and at first I thought he was dead. But afte I took a few photos, he flew away.
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Posted by EG CameraGirl at 8:16 PM
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This macro is simply amazing. Very well done!
Now how can you tell it's a male? I'm intrigued!
You really nailed the details on this one!
Guess he had you tricked. Great macro, glad he posed for you.
what a macro. are your mosquitoes very big? I don't remember them in Canada. The ones in Sout East Asia are small but deadly.
Great shot. I wouldn't begin to know a male masquito from a female but I do know neither of them needs to visit me.
I don't mind a male mosquito, it's those females that'll get ya. Great shot.
He's a big one!
Sharp! But never leave a mosquito alive after you've photographed it, 'cause it very likely will come back to bite you! ;-)
You can keep him in your corner of the world...we have enough of our own!!! He did make a nice macro shot though.
Great shot! But I like to smash that one lol! Happy Monday!
MMMMisearble creature, great photo.
Awesome macro. Glad you were not bitten by a neighboring female.Happy MM!
Mine is here
That looks huge! the deadly one here is the Aedes mosquitoes which can cause Dengue Fever.
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