Posted on May 20, 2013
By Michael Griffiths
Sunrise: 05.06 am Sunset: 09.06 pm
Category: Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve Tags: Canon 500D DSLR camera., Canon EFS 60 mm f2.8 macro lens, Macro photography, nature, Nature Photography., Photography, Weevil, Wilden Marsh, Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve, wildlife photography
That’s the greater of two weevils
Indeed, Alastair. Weevil endure!
Weevil, Weevil Wok you
That, is the strangest looking thing ever…eek. Glad we don’t have any of those here, or do we? 😉
Thanks! I bet there are many Canadian weevils hiding under your bed; they are so small that you are probably not aware of them. You need to be particularly careful to avoid the nose weevil, they are troublesome critters.;)
I just googled it; says we have them in North America”. I think as long as ours don’t look like that one, I may be alright with it…maybe 😉
You have the nose, toe, cheese and biscuit weevils, and they are the worst kind. 🙂
O-No!…that’s terrible! lol They will now be added to the top of my list, of insects I don’t like (only the creepy weird looking ones 🙂 )
Its like a miniature monster, great photo
Indeed it is! There are many monsters in my macro world, some too frightening to show here. 🙂
Great shot Mike, the depth of field is just right, thanks MJ
Thanks, MJ. I’m glad you like the images, there are many more on the way.
Oh jeez bugs!! Yikes
Yes, Phil, it’s bug time. 🙂
Intriguing little critter!
Indeed they are!
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