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48 comments:

  1. Beautiful and creepy all at the same time!

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  2. You got some great close up shots here :) Thanks for hosting.

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  3. Ugh dont like bugs, but praying mantis are one of the good ones, I have found tiny ones in my garden and hope the lizards are noting getting them Thanks for hosting, have a great week!

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  4. Those were very interesting looking bugs that you've photographed! Each a world to themselves in function and locations.

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  5. Great close ups. You found some cool bugs!

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  6. Oh my-- that first bug is unexpectedly colorful! Nice creepy collection!

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  7. Right after we were married I woke up one night with a pinching bug attached to my toe! I got it off and my husband rolled over to go back to sleep. I let him know that neither one of us was going back to sleep until that bug was OUT of our house! Still gives me the shivers looking at them!

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  8. You have found stunning buggies! Excellent photos.

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  9. Each of them is matchless... nature is fantastisc. But I need them not in my home, I fear them a little bit.

    Thank you for sharing.
    Stay healthy and well.

    Cheers, Heidrun

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  10. Great photos of the "buggy" insects. Thank you for hosting. Have a great week.

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  11. May all your bugs we weird and wonderful 😉. Thanks for the link today Sue ☺️. Yes, the Chiffchaff sings a rhythmic chiff-chaff, chiff-chaff.

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  12. Great captures! I only like insects outdoors and far from me - lol!

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  13. Those a excellent photos of insects. I have always enjoyed seeing stag beetles, they look so well defended.

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  14. Eeew! I try not to get that close to bugs - so I rarely have a bug photo. A bee maybe, on a flower, but that's it. Great pics you've shared though! Have a great week and thanks again for the link up.

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  15. Wow, spectacular photos!
    Greetings from germany

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  16. Great macro of bugs. Very colourful ones and some I have never seen before.

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  17. *wow* What impressive insect photos these are. Wonderful !!!
    Have a good week, Elke

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  18. Some of them are really quite pretty. I prefer them outdoors though.

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  20. What an AWESOME collection of creatures!!! That very colorful one is my favorite (although I generally dislike bugs)...jp

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  21. Great photos. True, the caption. Seems heading into fall, I do see more of these species. Do not like the pinching bug. Some of the bugs do look so alien.

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  22. They look lovely on my screen but I don't want to see them live! They creep me out.

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  23. If I didn't know they were harmful, I'd say they're beautiful!

    Have a nice day!

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  24. Nicely captured! I'm glad you don't seem afraid of bugs. I like some, but others scare me. Thanks for hosting!

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  25. Incredible images! Surprising details! I can make a study! :)

    Happy WW and thank you for the linking. Wishing you a fine week!

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  26. Your captures are wonderful! That second one is scary!

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  27. Great shots, although the second one made me cringe!

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  28. Wonderful pictures.

    Many greetings
    Wolfgang

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  29. I'm not really a fan of insects, but they are SO amazing in their diversity. Thank you for sharing these beautiful captures, Sue! And thanks so much for hosting! :)

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  30. Incredible photography, Sue! But bugs give me the heebies jeebies!

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  31. Yikes !Disgusting ! I quickly went to comment ! which is done now ! lol !

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  32. Bugs are fascinating and a bit scary sometimes. We need to take the time to see what good they do.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  33. Interesting creatures! The worm is a novelty for mune I have never seen anything like it, although I do not like to see them around me 😊

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  34. Wow! Are beautiful but creepy! (for me) I'm going... boogie-woogie! 😂

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  35. Bugs are so interesting. We just experienced a 15-year high in moth hatching. They were everywhere. Fish in the marina were going crazy eating the multitudes floating on the water. - Margy

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  36. Exciting and extraordinary photos!
    Great shots.
    Thank you for linking your great challenge at "Nature Thursday"
    best regards

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  37. Sue, those are pretty gorgeous bugs and I could only identify one. Would you know the names.


    Have a relaxed weekend!

    https://natashamusing.com/2020/09/the-look-book-wordlesswednesday-wednesdaywisdom/

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  38. Great close ups. It's a bugs life...wish you a happy weekend.

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  39. Sorry, I am so late. So very beautiful. Great pics. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

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  40. Sue,

    I'm not much of bug person but these are interesting macro shots to say the least. I'm sorry I'm visiting so late. I thank you for linking up last week. I'll try to join you tomorrow. Have a phototastic week!

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