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    The Predator and the Prey

    I was wandering about my village when suddenly I noticed the lynx spider. Just next I discovered the tiny grasshopper very close to the spider. The spider was quick enough to set up my camera to...
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    Thank you so much Mridul Ji. :001_smile:

    Thank you so much Mridul Ji. :001_smile:
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    Thank you so much for your valuable advice...

    Thank you so much for your valuable advice Sabyasachi da. Actually, the image was taken with - exposure and I increased the same with white tune during post processing. I, actually, missed the tiny...
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    Busy Morning Hours

    Suddenly I came across a considerable part of land covered with blooming Bank Mats while roaming casually to find out some objects this morning. I sat down to find out if there were any activities. I...
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    Hello Pranjal J Ullal ji. The orange creatures...

    Hello Pranjal J Ullal ji. The orange creatures seem to be mites which belong to the CLASS- Arachnida (Sub-phylum: Chelicerata; Phylum: Arthropoda) in which there are spiders and scorpions too. Mites...
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    Feeding Time

    I found this Coromandel Marsh Dart (sc name: Ceriagrion coromandelianum) feeding on a tiny grasshopper.

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    Camera: Nikon D7000
    Lens: nikon 40mm macro
    ISO: 400
    Aperture: f/18...
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    The lens information should be 'Nikon 55-200mm VR...

    The lens information should be 'Nikon 55-200mm VR II' instead of 'Nikon 40mm Macro'. Sorry for this unwanted mistake.
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    Grass Yellow Butterfly

    This is one of the very common butterfly found in our Boisa Beel region. I found it mud-puddling on a muddy road.

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    Camera: Nikon D7000
    Lens: Nikon 40mm Macro
    ISO: 400
    Aperture: f/8...
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    Thanks for your complements Sabyasachi da.

    Thanks for your complements Sabyasachi da.
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    Thank you Sabyasachi da for your words. This...

    Thank you Sabyasachi da for your words.

    This is a very common weevil species in our locality. They are really very shy and to get too close to them is really challenging. They react to an...
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    Hello viewers. I just find the image with some...

    Hello viewers. I just find the image with some unpleasant green colors while open this site from my smartphone. It looks just as I want in my laptop. Please mention in that case of unpleasant green...
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    The Call of Monsoon

    The couple was on the way to their mating when I discovered them. These leaf weevils are shy enough to any foreign objects. I did manage to get a couple of shots and suddenly they went underneath the...
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    Thank you Mrudul ji for your complements. No...

    Thank you Mrudul ji for your complements. No special post processing is done in this image.
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    Very nice species. Thanks for sharing.

    Very nice species. Thanks for sharing.
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    Lynx Spider. Family-Oxyopidae. Most probably...

    Lynx Spider. Family-Oxyopidae. Most probably Oxyopes Sp..
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    Ladybird Beetle

    A common species of ladybird beetle I found creeping on a dry plant parts that almost match its color.

    Exif Info:

    Camera: Nikon D7000
    Lens: Nikon 40mm macro
    Aperture: F/14
    ISO: 200
    Shutter...
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    White Crab Spider

    My first encounter with this crab species occur when I suddenly found an inanimate butterfly on Lantana camara. I got close and touch the butterfly and received no response. Perhaps it was a Common...
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    Nice frame.

    Nice frame.
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    Thank you Mrudul ji. For the first time I took is...

    Thank you Mrudul ji. For the first time I took is as a dry leaf such a master camouflage it show. To make the sense of its real appearance I choose this frame to share here. As the white flower...
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    Thank you Mrudul ji for your complements. I...

    Thank you Mrudul ji for your complements. I completely agree with you.
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    Thank you for sweet compliments. Firstly, I want...

    Thank you for sweet compliments. Firstly, I want to say that I never use a longer focal length macro lens. With a wider lens the surroundings is more likely to be revealed. I have come across some...
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    by Arun Acharjee
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    Thank you.

    Thank you.
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    Mighty Hunter

    Jumping spiders belong to those ones who do not use cobweb for prey. They prefer waiting silently and a sudden attack onto the victim. This one is from Salticidae family, Hyllus sp.

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    Boxer Mantis

    I don't know why these mantis attracts me so much. This one I found in our Boisa (a little monsoon fed lake in our village) region. Though this is the only specimen I found till now. A species namely...
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    by Arun Acharjee
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    Thank you. With 40mm it is quite easy to get...

    Thank you. With 40mm it is quite easy to get insects like mantis looking at lens as they make little flight or any other approach to escape with the shortening of distance. Though in most cases this...
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