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Insect photos as example of my Photographic interests

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  • Tarantula closeup
  • Obviously some species of beetle. I have found several similar beetles but nothing exactly determining the type. Crawling across an exotic cactus from Mexico.
  • Sulfur butterfly hanging off blade of grass by the waterside.
  • Appears to be a Longwing butterfly, Zebras Heliconian. The ID comes from a photo of a heliconian with yellow stripes, not white so this may be a variation, or a different species. Native to the SE US occassionally extending west and north.
  • Appears to be a female Julia Heliconian. Specific ID markings are the white stripes diagonal across the mid, lower wings and the black dots on the leading edge of the wings.
  • Malachite. Siproeta stelenes. Abeautiful butterfly. Atropical butterfly who's extended range can reach southern Texas and Arizona, though this is rare.
  • A Longwing and a Heliconia feeding together. The heliconia is starting to look its age as noted by the faded wings and the roughened edges of the trailing edge.
  • Tropical white butterfly. ID marks are club-ended antennae, black designs on trailing edge of wings. Generally ranges through the southern states, esp. Texas and Florida.