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Treehopper (<em>Telamona</em> sp.)
25-JUN-2012 Christine Hanrahan

Treehopper (Telamona sp.)

This pretty treehopper is about 10 mm in size, making it one of the larger ones we get in this area. Photographed at the Fletcher Wildlife Garden.

Canon PowerShot SX20 IS
1/160s f/2.8 at 5.0mm iso100 full exif

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Fabienne04-Jul-2013 22:32
Un insecte minuscule que vous avez fabuleusement photographié..
Pierre27-Mar-2013 23:06
Une macro superbe avec des détails incroyables! V
jean-yves chamberland27-Mar-2013 22:01
beautiful find capture Christine!
Karen Stuebing27-Mar-2013 21:11
This is one of the top strangest bugs I've seen in your galleries. It is cute in an unusual way. V.
Margot W27-Mar-2013 16:37
Looking very formidable in his tiny self.
globalgadabout27-Mar-2013 16:09
certainly a fascinating face, so well delineated here...the 'fin' is impressive too..V
The Heritage man27-Mar-2013 15:33
Remarkable creatures these treehoppers.
Tom LeRoy27-Mar-2013 15:26
Well, he's kind of cute in a bug sort of way! Great close up and information. V
Irene Wehrli27-Mar-2013 14:39
What an interesting looking creature - wonderfully taken!
Mildred Alpern27-Mar-2013 13:53
Looks menacing in a dark cape!
Torben Jorgensen27-Mar-2013 12:39
Spectacular looking Treehopper. Great capture of this creature. V
Jim Coffman27-Mar-2013 12:07
That isn't what I consider pretty :)) Nice closeup Christine..
Yvonne27-Mar-2013 10:43
What a strange little creature, fabulous capture! v
Stephanie27-Mar-2013 10:38
Looks like a prehistoric monster! ;) Excellent capture Christine! V
Carl H. Johnson27-Mar-2013 10:13
You have such a great eye!!!~V~
Carol Rollins27-Mar-2013 05:24
Excellent capture, Christine. I have only caught one or two of these in the past.
Great details.
joseantonio27-Mar-2013 05:21
Fascinating. The fist time I see one one these, at least so close.V.
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