Macrophotography Of Alydidae (broad-headed bugs)

in Fascinating Insects3 months ago

Hello friends ......

On this occasion I will share a photo of a Caterpillar insect that I found in the forest, when I was looking for content to share on the hive blog platform.

Today I want to share macro photography with all my friends in this beloved community. While I was looking for an object as usual to share on the hive platform, I came across a wide-headed insect that was perched on the leaves of a corn tree.

These broad-headed insects are very beautiful, these insects have six long legs and two antennae on their heads. I was interested in capturing it in the form of photos and I immediately took out the macro lens, then attached it to my smartphone to capture this insect into a beautiful photo.

With great patience I finally managed to capture it from several different angles. This is a special satisfaction for me, because to take an angle from the head of this insect is very difficult and every time my smartphone camera gets an angle I want this animal to always turn its face. It looks like this insect wants to tell me that it doesn't want to be photographed.

After successfully capturing some photos, I searched for the Latin name of this insect through a google search and I found that this insect is called Alydidae or also dubbed as broad-headed bugs. This insect is a large family of the true insect family, if we look at the insect, it is also similar to the coreidae because it has long legs.

Here are some photos that I want to share with friends in the fascinating insects community.


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