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Robber Fly Eating
Robber Fly Eating
I had never heard of a robber fly and I mistakenly called this a dragon fly. But never the less this is one of the most vicious looking insects I have ever seen. Especially when magnified at a macro level. Wondering what that is beneath it? It is a moth it has captured and eating. This insect stayed perfectly still as long as I was taking pictures of it. Then when I moved away it fly off. Not sure if it was just being bold or trying to go undetected.
    Picture Height: 3744 pixels | Picture Width: 5616 pixels | Lens Aperture: f/5.7 | Image Exposure Time: 1/60 sec | Lens Focal Length mm: 180 mm | Photo Exposure Value: 0 EV | Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II | Photo White Balance: 0 | Color Space: sRGB | ForestWander Nature Photography: ForestWander Nature Photography | ForestWander: ForestWander.com |

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One Response to “Robber Fly Eating”

  1. Marianne Golding says:

    Robber Fly Eating – Great macro shot! The smaller life on this earth are absolutely amazing to photograph. I have a shot of a Bumble Bee Robber Fly, which looks like a gargantuan black and white fly! I find macro photography fascinating! Rgds Marianne (South Africa)

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