Ladybird Larvae

By bricurtis
Ladybird Larvae.

Larvae of the 7- Spot Ladybird....................1 cm body length.

Big thankyou to johnjo58 for his UA on previous - much appreciated.

Thanks for stopping by.
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Tags: Insects Ladybirds General Larvae Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Wildlife and nature 7 -Spot Ladybird larvae

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Comments


AnnChown Plus
10 207 1 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2012 8:05PM
The larvae are such strange looking creatures compared to the beauty of the ladybird itself. I don't know how you know it's a 7-spot ladybird larva....?
Ann

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Niknut Plus
10 2.5k 82 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2012 8:24PM
Cracking shot !!!....lovely quality !!!
Suehh 13 39 6 England
12 Jun 2012 8:36PM
Wonderful detail Brian. It is rather cute!Grin
johnjo58 9 2 5 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2012 8:46PM
Really interesting photo Brian, the out of focus leave makes for a really interesting composition
David
bricurtis Plus
14 2.3k 50 England
12 Jun 2012 8:56PM

Quote:The larvae are such strange looking creatures compared to the beauty of the ladybird itself. I don't know how you know it's a 7-spot ladybird larva....?
Ann


All down to years of experience and study of the insect world Ann.Wink one HERE but not as good as mine.Smile

Brian.
pluckyfilly 13 351 33 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2012 8:57PM
Excellent shot and detail - hope to have a go myself soonWink
tomcat 14 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2012 9:03PM
Amazing how the larvae are bigger than the imagoSmile

Top macro Brian indeed

Adrian
SlowSong Plus
11 8.9k 30 England
12 Jun 2012 9:24PM
Have to agree with Ann. A strange looking larvae for such a pretty ladybird. But then, aren't they all! This looks prehistoric. Superb shot.
Chris
franken Plus
17 5.1k 4 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2012 9:48PM
Wonderful macro Brian.

Ken
annettep38 8 219 42 Germany
12 Jun 2012 10:30PM
excellent detail and a great composition
Karen_Summers 11 8 1 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2012 10:33PM
brilliant shot and detail
Glostopcat 14 255 2 England
12 Jun 2012 10:41PM
A storming close up Brian, it does have a prehistoric look to it. It's hard to believe that this ugly little critter will turn into a pretty little ladybird
Steve_S Plus
14 183 3 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2012 10:54PM
Would never have recognised it Bri, will remember next time the macro lens gets an outing Smile
Steve
pamelajean Plus
14 1.3k 2132 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2012 11:34PM
Excellent, Brian, as usual. Strange little critters.
dmhuynh72 12 44 3 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2012 1:00AM
Amazing close up capture Brian with superb light and detail.
regards
Yung
KarenFB Plus
14 5.4k 176 England
13 Jun 2012 6:04AM
A brilliant shot, with fantastic details! Smile
CarolG 13 199 20 Greece
13 Jun 2012 6:13AM
Very well spotted and captured, Brian, not seen one this year. Carol
AnnChown Plus
10 207 1 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2012 6:32AM
Thanks for the explanation Brian - and the rather poor pic in your link!! Wink
Ann
CaroleS Plus
10 442 3 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2012 9:05AM
A first class image Brian.
Carole
13 Jun 2012 12:55PM
Nice detailed shot Bri. 1st time i have seen Ladybird larvae. A bit like a caterpillar with long legs.

Mark
ChiliMan 13 135 17 Singapore
13 Jun 2012 2:45PM
EPZ is an amazing place for various reasons...and here's one of them: the learning of things.

I have never seen a ladybird larva before, and this upload - other than being an utterly gorgeous capture - is an education in itself.

Ta, Brian, and kudos on a great shot of this little fella!

Andrew SmileSmileSmile
Maiwand 13 3 73 England
13 Jun 2012 4:28PM
You must have eyes like a hawk Brian. Superb macro.
Ron
Ade_Osman 17 4.5k 36 England
13 Jun 2012 5:12PM
Good work here Bri........I haven't been out for a while, not too good health wise, so as yet haven't seen any. Wouldn't have minded getting this little beastie under the MP-E for a stack though......Well done mate.

Ade
chase Plus
14 1.6k 359 England
13 Jun 2012 6:10PM
Seeing at this rather horrific looking critter you would expect summat yeucky to evolve.........Mama Nature is soooo clever.
bricurtis Plus
14 2.3k 50 England
13 Jun 2012 8:14PM
Thanks very much for the UA Ade - greatly appreciated.

Thanks to everyone - did not think so many would be interested in this one.

Brian.Smile
RonnieAG Plus
10 154 119 Scotland
14 Jun 2012 10:59AM
Macro magic!
Ronnie.
goso 13 2 1 Australia
14 Jun 2012 8:33PM
Brilliant detail Brian ...Bill

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