PURUSHOTTAM T SHUKLA Dear Palanky Narayana; You are right as the abdomen looks like Drosohila species but I am confused with the star shaped appendages near it.Are they part of the nymph photographed?
palanki-narayana When I spotted this insect it just looked like two conjoined mustard seeds with spokes radiating out. When the photo was enlarged to 36 times the sensor size, the 'mustard seeds' were seen to be two segments of the thorax and the star shaped appendages are the markings on the wings which are transparent. Altogether, a fascinating creature!
PURUSHOTTAM T SHUKLA Dear Palani Narayana; These are Nymphs of spider species.It is very difficult to make full identification from the photos.Thanks.
Debmalya Mazumder Yes Sir. That was over exposed. Actually these are so momentary that it is very hard to rectify during execution. Constant chasing behind the object never allows to get accurate exposures because sometime it is in shadow and sometimes it is in sun shine area. Post processing may give more accurate result that you have find here. Thank you very much Sir. Stay in good health and stay tuned with me.
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