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CarolG Plus
10 199 20 Greece
21 Sep 2013 1:59PM
What a beauty SmileSmileSmileSmileSmile Carol

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TonyDy Plus
8 7 3 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2013 1:59PM
Very good shot of the larva of the Grey Dagger Moth, Nicky.
Kurde 4 Australia
21 Sep 2013 2:00PM
It is a Caterpillar. great capture. Smile
21 Sep 2013 2:01PM
Well done Kurde, Thanks Tony.....Wink
21 Sep 2013 2:02PM
It's either a Tonsular Throat Tiger grub (which leaps for your throat, impales you with its spines and eats its way into your tonsils) or some form of Hawk Moth.
Hope this helps.
Great picture anyway.
21 Sep 2013 2:07PM
I thought I just had a sore throat from a cold ddolfelin .....Wink
21 Sep 2013 2:12PM
Lovely shot Smile

Brian J.
wow great macro shot lovely detail well done. christineGrinGrinGrinGrin
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 70 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2013 2:24PM
Known or unknown, it looks extremely tickly!
21 Sep 2013 2:49PM
Excellent shot of this wild and wierd beastie!
mikbee 10 3 8 Scotland
21 Sep 2013 2:53PM
So well detailed this one Nicky.
Super shot.
21 Sep 2013 3:34PM
Great shotSmileSmile
ChiliMan Plus
10 135 17 Singapore
21 Sep 2013 4:08PM
It's amazing how sharp your shots are and how much detail they contain, Nicky. Sheesh.

Well DONE on this capture and what a bizarre and wonderful cat!

I can see from that thing on top that it's trying to mimic a rhino. Odd, that.

21 Sep 2013 4:37PM
It's upside down, Andrew.
Great detailing.. Excellent composition.. It's almost making me itch!Wink
EileenH 3 1 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2013 5:34PM
Great capture Smile

6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2013 6:06PM
A very well observed, composed, exposed and photographed entomological image with great colour and detail throughout.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
21 Sep 2013 7:46PM
21 Sep 2013 8:06PM
Great macro,
helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2013 8:42PM
A very hairy specimen - excellent detail Nicky

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