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Weevil (Eupholus), Papua New Guinea - CANON EOS 1000D - Objetivo Schneider Kreuznach Componon-S 50mm f/2.8 invertido - f5 - 1" - ISO100 - Canon Auto Bellows Apilado de 182 fotos.Pasos de 0,059 mm. Ampliación aproximada 3,5x

Weevil (Eupholus), Papua New Guinea

End of the front leg (tarsus) of a beautiful beetle, Eupholus bennetti (a native of Papua New Guinea) Charles Krebs

End of the front leg (tarsus) of a beautiful beetle, Eupholus bennetti (a native of Papua New Guinea) Charles Krebs

14043.  Blue green snout weevil (Eupholus schoenherri), Papua New Guinea - Jim Zuckerman Photography

Blue green snout weevil (Eupholus schoenherri), Papua New Guinea - Jim Zuckerman Photography

in Papua New Guinea. just after the rain....

Hibiscus in Papua New Guinea. just after the rain.

The Little Ant   by Javier Rupérez on 500px

The Little Ant by Javier Rupérez on

Eupholus weevil - Eupholus schoenherri–E. magnificus - complex, from Project Noah. Looks like  he has on blue booties

Eupholus weevil - Eupholus schoenherri–E. magnificus - complex, from Project Noah. Looks like he has on blue booties

Mount Hagen wildlife location in Papua New Guinea, | Wildlife Worldwide

Mount Hagen wildlife location in Papua New Guinea, Asia

Are you brave enough to swim with the Giant Manta Rays of Papua New Guinea?! Giant Manta Rays in the Milne Bay Province of Papua New Guinea have wings spanning up to 3 meters!

Are you brave enough to swim with the Giant Manta Rays of Papua New Guinea? Giant Manta Rays in the Milne Bay Province of Papua New Guinea have wings spanning up to 3 meters!

Is scuba diving on your list of "Travel To Dos"?

Green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas ) being cleaned by herbivorous cleaner fish species Yellow tangs (Zebrasoma flavescens) and Gold-ring surgeonfish (Ctenochaetus strigosus) that graze algae off of turtle`s shell, at cleaning station, Kona, Hawaii

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Bearded One tells Mr. Fluffy to always aim high!

“Male peacock spiders dance & raise a colourful flap to attract mates.

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