Insect World

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They look like monsters from another planet, but these strange creatures were photographed by  Rundstedt Rovillosom in the Philippines.

Osa Eucharitid with its fashionable feather hairdo.

At its close-up photography of insects, each species is presented in incredible detail. In his collection are photos of wasps, caterpillars and beetles that seem to us newcomers.

Caterpillar, like a dragon, with a hornlike growths on his head.

And the head of the caterpillar looks like a cherry. This is the local form of caterpillar with red head.

Ant playing bowling dew drops.

Mr. Rovillos learned his skills photographing insects as a child, but serious photographers took only 5 years ago.

40-year-old Filipino photographer most of his time to the hobby. In the photo: the surveyor.

Finding an insect, I immediately photograph it, I do not touch them and do not get out of their natural habitat. “In the photo: red attractive face and eyes wasps.

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