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Macro Bugtographytm
by Phil



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Toxomerus occidentalis - Syrphid Fly

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Picture of the Month

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Select a Gallery to view.

These galleries are continually updated.

All images: Copyright Phil Huntley-Franck, unless otherwise noted.  All rights reserved.


order Hymenoptera

Link to bee photo gallery
link to wasp photo gallery
link to Sawfly photo gallery

order Diptera

Link to Fly photo gallery

order Ephemeroptera

Link to Mayfly photo gallery

order Odonata

Link to Dragonfly photo gallery
Link to damselfly nature photography and macro images




order Coleoptera

Link to Beetle photo gallery

order Trichoptera

Link to Caddisfly photo gallery

order Lepidoptera

Link to Butterfly photo gallery
Link to Skipper photo gallery
Link to Moth photo gallery

order Hemiptera

Link to True Bugs photo gallery

order Raphidioptera

Link to Snakefly photo gallery

Class Arachnida

Link to Spider photo gallery
Link to Spider/Harvestmen photo gallery
Link to Spider/Mites and Ticks photo gallery

order Orthoptera

Link to Grasshopper photo gallery

order Neuroptera

Link to Neuroptera photo gallery

order Microcoryphia

Link to Microcoryphia photo gallery - Bristletails

order Dermaptera

Link to Dermaptera photo gallery - Earwigs

order Thysanoptera

Link to Thysanoptera photo gallery - Thrips

order Blattodea

Link to Blattodea photo gallery - Termites

Order Mantodea

Link to Mantid photo gallery - Mantes

Order Psocodea

Link to Psocodea photo gallery - Barklice, Booklice, and Parasitic Lice

order Megaloptera

Link to Megaloptera photo gallery - Alderflies, Dobsonflies and Fishflies

subphylum Myriapoda

Link to Myriapoda photo gallery - Centipedes and Millipedes

Subphylum Crustacea

Link to Subphylum Crustacea photo gallery - Sowbugs, Pillbugs and the like


In Memory of Fleggy
In Memory of Missie
In Memory of Chester

Picture Of The Month

Link to:
Lophocampa maculata Moth, Life Cycle and Development Sequence

From Mom, her eggs, the caterpillars, to pupa. A daily observation log, including photos showing their development.

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Acknowledgements:

I'd like to give thanks to Dr. Dennis Paulson, Director Emeritus of The Slater Museum of Natural History at the University of Puget Sound and Steve Valley of the Oregon Dragonfly And Damselfly Survey for their help in identifying the various images presented in my Dragonfly Gallery and my Damselfly Gallery.

I'd also like to thank the gang over at Bug Guide for their expertise in all areas. They're a great bunch of friendly people and an excellent resource for identifying many of the bugs I've discovered around the yard and neighborhood.



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*Picture of the month - May and June 2014*


Turkey Poults
First ones of the year - 1 day old

picture of the month - May and June 2014 - turkey poults, first of the year.  Submitted by Phil Huntley-Franck.  Copyright, Phil Huntley-Franck.  All rights reserved by Phil Huntley-Franck.  Displayed on Where Art Meets The Heart with permission by Phil Huntley-Franck.



picture of the month - May and June 2014 - turkey poults, first of the year.  Submitted by Phil Huntley-Franck.  Copyright, Phil Huntley-Franck.  All rights reserved by Phil Huntley-Franck.  Displayed on Where Art Meets The Heart with permission by Phil Huntley-Franck.
All in step.

Photographed by Phil




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