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Woodlouse - Oniscus asellus

By Mendipman  
One from an earlier trip last January to Rodney Stoke woods with my daughter Jenny. The trip itself was part of her A-Level photography course to obtain some images for a module on macro, the only trouble was it wasn't exactly the right time of year to do wildlife. So after some thought we decided to go for a macro shoot in a sheltered spot in a wood, it did not disappoint. There was plenty to photograph deep in the leaf litter in the couple of hours we were there. As for Jenny, she got the images she needed and passed with an A*. Grin

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Many thanks for the votes and comments on the previous upload of the Poplar Hawk-moth caterpillar and also to Michael (michaelo) for your User Awards on the earlier images of the Bloody Nosed Beetle and Hoverfly, so very much appreciated.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin

Tags: Wildlife Nature Macro Close Winter Close-up Natural Close up Somerset January Details Detail Brown Magnified Natural light Mendips Daytime Woodlice Woodlouse Detailed Invertebrate Magnify Wildlife and nature Oniscus Rodney Stoke NNR Heath McDonald Mendip Wildlife Photography Oniscidae Oniscus asellus Isopoda

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13 Jan 2020 8:41PM
Nice macro photo!

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13 Jan 2020 8:47PM
Super shot. Cathy
13 Jan 2020 9:31PM
Excellent macro Heath, nice detail,
Fred.
14 Jan 2020 9:54AM
Great macro.

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