Macrophotography Of Amata Huebneri

in Fascinating Insects4 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 an insect that looks like a butterfly with a size smaller than the butterfly I usually see. And also if we look more closely, these insects are also very similar to wasps.

I was interested in capturing it into a beautiful photo and immediately I took out a macro lens, then attached it to my smartphone to document this photo of this butterfly type of insect, with great patience I finally managed to capture it from several different angles. This is a very rare moment because this animal is mating and this animal also doesn't care about my presence around it.

After successfully catching it through photos, I finally searched for the Latin name of this insect through a google search, and I found that this insect was named Amata Huebneri or also often dubbed the tiger moth. This star is still in the insect class and has a black body with a yellow band on its stomach.

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








FotografiAmata Huebneri
LokasiAceh - Lhokseumawe
Kamerapoco f3

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