Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Insects in Baiwangshan

Baiwangshan is a small hill near our school. Though the species there are not very abundant, I often climb it because it's the only place where I can searching insects nearby.

Lycorma delicatula, common species in Beijing. From Insects & Bugs

Neptis sappho. From Insects & Bugs

Lovely young mantis (Hierodula patellifera Serville). From Insects & Bugs

A young Chondracris rosea. From Insects & Bugs

A group of baby stinkbugs. From Insects & Bugs

The cicada's eclosion ended up with a failure. From Insects & Bugs

Popillia mutans in a flower. From Insects & Bugs

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  1. You have some amazing photos! Thanks for watching the Backbone Adventure Cycling team blog...maybe you can send me some photos and a write-up about your rides! I would be happy to post them...

    Chris Sharp
    Team Owner/Director; Backbone Adventure Cycling

  2. I'm also a MTB lover and I do have ventured some long distance rides. More photos and essaies about my bike stories will be published here. I'm glad to send some of them to you. Thanks for viewing my blog.

  3. Wow! Some fantastic macro shots.

  4. Thanks for your comment. I will post more of them

  5. Very nice insect photographs. I especially like Lycorma delicatula. I have lots of insect (most beetle) photographs on my site if you'd like to take a look.
    best regards--ted