Eristalinus - (Hoverfly) & Pentatomidae - (Hemiptera)

Here is my entry for the daily #monomad

In this post I want to share photos of two species of insects, namely flower flies and bed bugs. The fly I am referring to is Eristalinus, a genus of hoverfly. Most species have very distinctive eye markings in the form of spots or bands. Then what I observed was that this fly was very agile, it would be very difficult to photograph it because of its ability to fly very fast and wilder than the usual fly species.

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Eristalinus - (Hoverfly)


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Eristalinus - (Hoverfly)


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Eristalinus - (Hoverfly)


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In the second photo is Pentatomoidea, a superfamily of insects in the suborder Heteroptera of the order Hemiptera. These insects are also known as bed bugs because the smell they emit is very distinctive. Usually when he feels threatened he will release a liquid that has a distinctive odor and because of this he is called a bed bug.

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Pentatomidae - (Hemiptera)


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Pentatomidae - (Hemiptera)


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Pentatomidae - (Hemiptera)


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CameraRealme 3 Pro + Macro Lens
CategoryBlack & White Photography
LocationAceh, Indonesia
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