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Japanese Giant Hornets Take No Prisoners • Lazer Horse

Japanese giant hornets can decapitate 40 honey bees a minute given half a chance, but the honey bee's defence mechanism is amazingly resourceful.

Insect head close-up wallpaper

Insect head close-up wallpaper - Wide HD Wallpaper Site

1809 insects & bugs original antique by antiqueprintstore on Etsy

**there may be rough uneven or torn edges so please look at the photos carefully*** this is a fabulous unusual and rare original antique

Igor Siwanowicz - Idolomantis in dreighouding

magicalnaturetour: “Idolomantis diabolica: Photo by Photographer Igor Siwanowicz Devil’s flower mantis showing off in a threatening display ”

Gorgeous bejewelled Caterpillar!

It looks like an alien, but it's a Eupackardia calleta silkmoth caterpillar photographed by Igor Siwanowich.

Photo Stacking: The problem with photography through a microscope or macro lens is that the more magnified the object, the shallower the depth of field. This means that only a very narrow region of the picture will be in focus at a time. One solution for this problem is to take multiple pictures focusing on different parts of the object and then combine them with a program like Zerene Stacker.

Here is a crane fly taken with a microscope objective at the end of an adapter tube as the lens. This is a Zerene stack of 75 photos.

Absurd Creature of the Week: The Huge, Bee-Decapitating Hornet That Can't Survive Group Hugs | Credit: Satoshi Kuribayashi/Minden Pictures | From Wired.com

Do Not Read About This Giant Hornet or You Will Die of Fear

Absurd Creature of the Week: The Huge, Bee-Decapitating Hornet That Cant Survive Group Hugs - Viral Plexus

Chrysops sp.--Deer fly macro | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Insects Close Up: You'll Be Shocked At How Beautiful You Find These Pictures - Cube Breaker

The Asian giant hornet, or yak-killer hornet (Vespa mandarinia), is blamed for dozens of deaths in China this year.

Killer Hornets Terrorize China

Stuff nightmares are made of! The Asian giant hornet, or yak-killer hornet (Vespa mandarinia), is blamed for dozens of deaths in China this year.

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