This is my entry for the daily #monomad challenge
On today's #monomad challenge, I'm back again wanting to share some insect shots that I took some time ago on several occasions. In the first photo, an insect is approaching a wildflower, and it is clear that it is a beautiful bee in gray. Bees are a group of insects from the order Hymenoptera. The types of insects in the Hymenoptera order itself consist of: bees, ants, wasps and saw flies. Wikipedia
Then there are two species of wasps, the first being the Brachymeria wasp, a genus of parasitic wasps in the Chalcididae family. Then there is also the Ammophilinae wasp, this wasp has a slender waist shape and has a yellow color that is circular like a ring.
Then there was a moth hanging on the grass and it seemed to be a Pyraustinae moth from the Crambidae family.
And the last photo is a Xenogryllus marmoratus cricket, a cricket from the Gryllidae family that can be found more easily in bushes or other areas of fresh grass. And usually they live side by side with grasshoppers, that is, where there are grasshoppers, there are also lots of crickets.
|Camera||Realme 3 Pro + Macro Lens|
|Category||Black & White Photography|
|Location||Tanah Luas, Indonesia|