Boxer Mantis

Uploaded: August 02, 2020 | Entered: August 02, 2020 08:43:23


This unique mantis is less than 1cm across and has its name from the way it moves its oversized grasping forelimbs. Taken using flash, raynox at F18, 1/200 sec, ISO100 on D7500 Nikon with 60mm lens

Editor's Pick August 2020

Exif: Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D7500; Shutter Speed: 10/2000; Aperture: f/18.0; ISO: 100; Orientation: 1; Date: 2020:08:02 23:32:47


Janet Criswell level-deluxe August 02, 2020

Great macro! Thanks for the information! #1744061

Terry Korpela level-deluxe August 02, 2020

Nicely Done Magdalene! #11823435

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