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Caterpillar eggs and others

davholla

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I think Caterpillar eggs 0.55 mm at 2.8 Mag on a bramble leaf.

Shield_Bug_IMG_0400v2 by davholla2002, on Flickr

Damselfly TQ 40100 68716

EF7A3900Damseflyv2 by davholla2002, on Flickr

Sicus ferrugineus (Conopidae, Thick-headed Flies) TQ 40104 68783

EF7A3931Conopidv2 by davholla2002, on Flickr

Spider mite, the real size is 0.74 mm, magnification is 4.61

MiteIMG_0476v2 by davholla2002, on Flickr

female Eupeodes sp

EF7A3890Hoverflyv2 by davholla2002, on Flickr

Moth stack of a few photos on a bramble leaf. The real size is 4.61 mm, magnification is 2.8

Moth_MG_0376v2 by davholla2002, on Flickr
 
Not a bad set. You did well to get detail on that mite being so small. Well done.

PS:

I don't know if caterpillars actually lay eggs. Butterflies and moths do tho. Just saying like😁😁😉
 
Not a bad set. You did well to get detail on that mite being so small. Well done.

PS:

I don't know if caterpillars actually lay eggs. Butterflies and moths do tho. Just saying like😁😁😉
Good point - sloppy English.
 
Yes, caterpillars are the immature (larvae) state of development
of Lepidoptera, order of insects that includes butterflies and moths.

Do I see a lack of critical sharpness in these takes?

I dig the eggs shot! :encouragement:
 
Yes, caterpillars are the immature (larvae) state of development
of Lepidoptera, order of insects that includes butterflies and moths.

Do I see a lack of critical sharpness in these takes?

I dig the eggs shot! :encouragement:
I fear you are right I am not sure why - this was taken with the same lens and aperture and looks sharp.
EF7A3792Bumblebeev2 by davholla2002, on Flickr
 
I fear you are right I am not sure why - this was taken with the same lens and aperture and looks sharp.

Not really, I think I still see a critical focus issue though not as bad.
I do shoot insects sometime and it is quite challenging.

What gear do you use?
 
Not really, I think I still see a critical focus issue though not as bad.
I do shoot insects sometime and it is quite challenging.

What gear do you use?
I use MPE65 with Canon 40 (no autofocus)
and 60 mm with Canon 7DMKII or Canon 90
 
I use MPE65 with Canon 40 (no autofocus)
and 60 mm with Canon 7DMKII or Canon 90


I have extended knowledge of Nikon's stuff in 24x36 format but
it is limited to that. Possibly, the best suggestion I could make is
to recommend you the RFM strategy.
 
Very interesting collection, well done!
 

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