Widefooted Treehopper II

Clarence Holmes

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04/21/2012

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West Harrison, NY - United States

Ausra, This is an adult treehopper. Part of its defense mechanism is that it is the size and shape of a thorn on a branch. Therefore, it can be easily missed due to its camouflage.

Silute, Si - Lithuania

Your photo is incredibly sharp, crispy to tiniest detail on the subject while leaving a background fully diffused. No distractions from the main object. Really well done. F/v

Silute, Si - Lithuania

I've never seen such a creature. Is it an adult fully developped bug or a middle stage of some flying insect, like moth or butterfly?

Maui, Ha - United States

. it is a fascinating creature . . . . voted for you in the macro contest . . . love to feature this beautiful photograph in :: Dimensions ::

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