Bugs for Breakfast

Cerotainia is an effective predator.

It seems to prefer perching on the tips of leaves that have long narrow points.

Although they are not large there are a lot of them and they are pretty good at capturing prey.



About the roused bear

Nature photographer from central Iowa.
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3 Responses to Bugs for Breakfast

  1. Finn Holding says:

    Superb images Harlan, I really like your insect macro shots!

  2. theresagreen says:

    I too am very impressed with your insect shots, I think I’m quite glad we don’t see quite so much gory detail with our naked eyes though.

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