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December 5th 2012, Panasonic DMC TZ7, handheld, no flash, cropped, contrast increased, resized...

local city park
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October 17th 2012; Panasonic DMC TZ7, no flash, cropped, contrast increased, resized.

Autumn leaf against bathroom light (soft light, emphasized textures). Looks like a battered map. :love: Gotta love autumn for that. <3
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This is a very huge Bowser hama
This is my biggest hama at the moment, and it was the hardest hama of my work on my 1st half-year
It has "10,411 BEADS" - NEW RECORD!!!

Bowser belongs to Nintendo (Super Mario Bros games)
Sprite made by :iconabysswolf:
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Taken in Singapore forest at night.

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A planthopper is any insect in the infraorder Fulgoromorpha within the Hemiptera. The name comes from their remarkable resemblance to leaves and other plants of their environment and from the fact that they often "hop" for quick transportation in a similar way to that of grasshoppers. However, planthoppers generally walk very slowly so as not to attract attention. Distributed worldwide, all members of this group are plant-feeders, though surprisingly few are considered pests. The infraorder contains only a single superfamily, Fulgoroidea. Fulgoroids are most reliably distinguished from the other members of the classical "Homoptera" by two features; the bifurcate ("Y"-shaped) anal vein in the forewing, and the thickened, three-segmented antennae, with a generally round or egg-shaped second segment (pedicel) that bears a fine filamentous arista.

Nymphs of many Fulgoroids produce wax from special glands on the abdominal terga and other parts of the body. These are hydrophobic and help conceal the insects. Adult females of many families also produce wax which may be used to protect eggs.

Planthoppers are often vectors for plant diseases, especially phytoplasmas which live in the phloem of plants and can be transmitted by planthoppers when feeding.
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August 13th-27th 2013; Panasonic DMC TZ31, optional flash, vivid color-filter, optional serial shots-feature, handheld, normal exposure and 1/250, macro-zoom and normal zoom, cropped, contrast increased, resized...

at my mom's, hoverfly
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