|Auteursrechten: Luciano Gollini (lousat)
|Datum Opname: 2017-08-25|
|Camera: Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V|
|Belichting: f/5.0, 1/400 Seconden|
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|Fotoversie: Originele versie|
|Datum inzending: 2017-10-06 12:47|
|[Richtlijnen voor opmerkingen] Opmerking van de fotograaf|
|A different species to close my Georgian gallery. It is really impossible to determine the exact identification, there are hundreds of subspecies and no site listing species that can be found in Georgia. The photo was taken at the top of Mount Zuruldi at 2335 mt. , like my previous one.|
The Phaneropterinae are a subfamily of bush crickets or katydids belonging to the family Tettigoniidae; nearly 2060 species in 85 genera throughout the world are known. They are among the largest winged katydids.
The name Phaneropterinae is based upon the Old World genus Phaneroptera, meaning "visible wing", referring to the exposed tips of the inner wings.
Their legs vary from genus to genus, but the front and middle ones are always much shorter than the hind ones. The ovipositor and male genitalia are also variable depending on the genus.
These katydids are arboreal in habitat with the vast majority of them passing their lives in shrubs and trees, feeding on leaves and tender twigs with a potential for causing much damage when present in large numbers. This is rare, however, as they live a solitary life unlike meadow grasshoppers, thus are seldom noticed by man.
Adult Phaneropterinae species with eggs
The Phaneropterinae differ from locusts in their habits of oviposition. Their eggs are rarely deposited in the earth or twigs, but are either glued fast in double rows to the outer surface of slender twigs or are inserted in the edges of leaves.
Una specie differente per chiudere la mia galleria georgiana. Davvero impossibile determinare l'esatta identificazione, ci sono centinaia di sottospecie e nessun sito che elenca le specie rinvenibili in Georgia. La foto √® stata scattata sulla cima del monte Zuruldi a 2335 mt. , come la mia precedente.
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We are TN neighbours, the last few years it did not happen often,
great macro giving dynamism to the image, excellent light,
great focus, sharpness, details, and contrast, TFS
A quick TN-check from Dublin airport. :-) Beautiful macro shot to close your Georgian travelogue with, pleasant composition. Perfect depth and especially light management, I didn't even think the flash was fired when the photo was shot. Gorgeous.
Kind regards from the transit, L√°szl√≥
Indeed, this is our first sighting of this kind of insect, Luciano.
It's a particularly colourful species with very interesting markings on it.
The image is razor sharp that leaves nothing to imagination.
- [2017-10-07 14:41]
Bela foto Luciano meus parab√©ns pela boa imagem.
- [2017-10-07 18:32]
Fantastic image of this very colorful insect which to me looks like a type of cricket. The detail is exceptional and the quality is top notch. Perfectly exposed and displaying plenty of DOF. Well done!!
Interesting insect with nice colors. The insect world is indeed amazing....
Ciao Luciano, gran bello sto coso, magnifici colori, ottima nitidezza e splendidi dettagli, bravissimo, ciao Silvio
- [2017-10-20 22:21]
Rare insect indeed. Eye catching because of its colors.
Sharpness and exposure are quite good.
- [2017-10-28 3:35]
such a beautiful hopper and a shot well taken in a remote region, but I couldn't find a name to it. The closest I came up with is Poecilimon scythicus (Shchelkanovtsev, 1911) but I have doubts. Neighbouring Turkey alone has 60 species of the genus Poecilimon! Sorry I couldn't help. Cheers, Dietrich