Macrophotography Of Phyllopalpus pulchelluspulchellus(handsome trig)

in The macrophotography7 months ago

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Hello friends

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

When I was looking for an object to be photographed, I saw a very beautiful cricket type insect, this cricket was perching on the leaves of a tree. I immediately took out the macro lens that I attached to my smartphone to capture it into a beautiful photo.

After I managed to capture it through photos, I finally searched for the Latin name of this insect through a google search. Finally I know this insect is known as Phyllopalpus pulchelluspulchellus.

Phyllopalpus pulchellus, known generally as the red headed bush cricket, handsome trig or handsome bush cricket, is a species of winged bush crickets, trigs in the family Gryllidae..

At first glance this type of insect looks normal, because this insect is very small and has a red head. After I took it using a macro camera lens it turned out to be very beautiful. This is a special satisfaction for me, because I catch it repeatedly and always fail and always move from place to place. But I never gave up and always tried until I finally succeeded.

Here are some photos that I took and I want to share with all my friends in this beloved community.

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FotografiPhyllopalpus pulchelluspulchellus
LokasiAceh - Lhokseumawe
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Fotografer@iq-bal
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