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PBase Guide to British Insects and other Invertebrates | In Box | Foreign/exotic insects | Other fauna | Super-macro photography | Insect rarities, including aberrations, gynandromorphs, etc. | Pype Hayes Arsonists | Everything Else | Fossils

PBase Guide to British Insects and other Invertebrates

A long-term project by me - enjoy! Photographed with Olympus (Evolt) E-300 and E-510 digital slrs, the OM series 20mm f2, 38mm f2.8 and 50mm f3.5 macro lenses (with or without the OM 65-116 zoom auto tube and/or the FourThirds EX-25 Extension Tube) via the MF1 OM adapter and the SUPERB Sigma 150mm f/2.8 APO EX DG Macro HSM lens. In most cases flash was used - either the cameras' on-board units or an Olympus FL36 flash with the latter positioned to one side near the front of the lens and linked to the camera via the FL-CB05 ttl lead.

GALLERY IN PROGRESS!
Beetles
:: Beetles ::
Butterflies and Moths
:: Butterflies and Moths ::
Flies
:: Flies ::
Dragonflies and Damselflies
:: Dragonflies and Damselflies ::
True Bugs
:: True Bugs ::
Ants, Bees and Wasps
:: Ants, Bees and Wasps ::
Caddisflies
:: Caddisflies ::
Spiders and their kin
:: Spiders and their kin ::
Plant Galls
:: Plant Galls ::
Fleas
:: Fleas ::