Macro Photography: Paederus
To all members, greetings from @fahad3728. I hope you're all doing well and having fun. By God's grace, I'm also fine. I'm back today with some macro shots of Paederus, a gorgeous insect. It was sitting on a leaf in a sugar cane field when I discovered it. It is extremely little and extremely thin. I wanted to capture it as soon as I saw it. It was quite difficult to capture such small insects. I approached it in order to get some macro shots of it. It was in constant motion, and I was having trouble capturing it. But, with some effort, I was able to get some excellent shots of it. Now I'm going to show you some pictures of it, but first let me share some about it.
Paederus is a genus of small beetles of the family Staphylinidae ("rove beetles"). With 622 valid species assigned by 1987 to the subtribe Paederina (Paederus and its close allies), and with all but 148 within Paederus itself,the genus is large. Source of information
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