Insects Of The World - CURATION REPORT - May 2021 - #05

Good day to everyone on the Hive blockchain!

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Here is another edition of Insects of the World Curation Report where we bring to you the bests out of the bests in the community. We all know that even among the panoply of posts that are published in the community daily, a few usually stand out.



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Before going into the business of the day, it would do us a lot of good if we can refreshen our memory concerning what is required of us in the community. A user will do almost nothing wrong if they can stick to the following RULES:

  • There must be multiple images of the insect in question, shot from different angles by the author himself and capturing the essential features. Images should be well resolved and not edited in any form besides resizing.

  • Images must be accompanied by DESCRIPTIVE TEXT or a nice article relating to the images. The community is not photography, remember. Tell us something about the images you are posting.

  • The SCIENTIFIC NAME of your shown species should be written in the title. It is also APPRECIATED if you are adding a full identification and as many details as possible to your chosen species, such as appearance, diet, peculiarities and more.

  • The chosen insect should be unique in a way. 10 posts with images of the same species will definitely be boring. SO please avoid common insects except there is something unique about them that has rarely been seen in the community.

  • Engagement is key! There is no community without engagement.



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Here are our CURATED POSTS for this week ^^



@anibal-aaA Big Green Grasshopper (Eng - Esp) Un Gran Saltamontes Verde

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Grasshoppers are herbivorous insects that feed on plants that are found, for this reason we will always find them in the weeds, gardens or plantings of abundant vegetation.

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@borjanNEWS FROM THE MEADOWS - 24. May 2021

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The wings of this, and most other species from the Aleyrodidae (whiteflies) family are covered with fine wax powder, giving them a floury, dusted appearance.

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@abduhawabLonely Bee on the Twig

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After spending some time wandering around the bush, I finally noticed a single bee on the twig. I assume, it was sent here to observe a spot that could be found the pollen but as far as I noticed there was no any good flower around here unless the shrub and twigs.

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@duwikyA Green Spider --- Cosmophasis umbratica

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I go back to the countryside and hunt, and my hunting is not using a gun, but using a macro lens, this has been my daily task for the last few weeks.

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@kawsar8035A Giant and terrible Caterpillar

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The caterpillar, just to name this terrible insect, seems to be scared. Because it is a terrible insect among small insects.

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@iamricalRice grasshopper in the flower garden

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Hello insect lovers, I wish you all good health, this will be my first publication in insect of the world community, I hope that those who visit this blog will like it.

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@jesicamoonroeThe difference between wasps and bees

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Returning to my post today, is a glimpse of bees with wasps, before that I hope you will understand if later in the discussion there are errors in the descriptions or words I have written, please forgive, because here I am not an expert in this matter,and I only discuss as much as I know.

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@veronikavalenThis was our experience with insects or bugs on the way to do the weekly shopping.

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It was sleeping in the middle of the road, so the girl wanted to take it home, she took it carefully to the grass, so someone wouldn't step on it.

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That brings the selections for this edition to a close. Like I always say, if you have any questions/concerns/clarifications about curation in the Insects Of The World Community, feel free to contact any of the community moderators via DNA Discord.


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Best wishes,
Lourdeshd6, Nicanor-mosquera, Adalger

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