Insects Of The World - CURATION REPORT - March 2022 - #45

Good day to everyone on the Hive blockchain!


Here is another edition of Insects of the World Curation Report where we bring to you the bests out of the bests in the community. We all know that even among the panoply of posts that are published in the community daily, a few usually stand out.

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Before going into the business of the day, it would do us a lot of good if we can refreshen our memory concerning what is required of us in the community. A user will do almost nothing wrong if they can stick to the following RULES:

  • There must be multiple images of the insect in question, shot from different angles by the author himself and capturing the essential features. Images should be well resolved and not edited in any form besides resizing.

  • Images must be accompanied by DESCRIPTIVE TEXT or a nice article relating to the images. The community is not photography, remember. Tell us something about the images you are posting.

  • The SCIENTIFIC NAME of your shown species should be written in the title. It is also APPRECIATED if you are adding a full identification and as many details as possible to your chosen species, such as appearance, diet, peculiarities and more.

  • The chosen insect should be unique in a way. 10 posts with images of the same species will definitely be boring. SO please avoid common insects except there is something unique about them that has rarely been seen in the community.

  • Engagement is key! There is no community without engagement.

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Here are our CURATED POSTS for this week ^^

@new-spiritSpiny Back Spider (Gasteracantha Hasselti)


Tonight I'm posting one unique little animal, the Spiny-back Spider. And this small animal has a binomal name, namely Gasteracantha Hasselti. This animal is found in the tropics. I found it in the forest of a village, namely: Buloh Blang Ara village, North Aceh Regency, Aceh Province. The color is very unique and according to my vision, this animal is too aggressive...

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@chairulrizalxMacro Photography : Zizeeria knysna "Grass Blue Butterfly"


Greetings to all of Insects Of The World, in this post I will show pictures that I took with a friend in my colleague's garden, the object that I post is a butterfly that is familiar with the environment we live in, countries including Indonesia and other Asian countries because their habitat is spread almost everywhere in the world...

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@veri-ardhianLand Bee Colony Life


In the evening in the vast meadows, the sun is almost setting on the western horizon, and it will be dark. Activity will begin for night insects when it is getting dark, but not for these creatures, they are active during the day eating nectar from flower juices...

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@mohd.iqbalCaterpillar walking on garden flower


A very sunny day I visited a garden filled with many flowers. In a beautiful garden, of course, we will find lots of flowers that grow and bloom there, say roses, jasmine, needle flowers, paper flowers and others. People who come to the garden will surely praise the beauty of the flowers which also give off a fragrant aroma...

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@asklanbudiUnique colored insects


On this day I want to donate some photos of beetles. A few days ago I went to a highland area, namely the gayo area, this area has such beautiful nature with high mountain views and a cold natural atmosphere, in this nature there are many natural inhabitants, such as the beetle that I found, this beetle is sized very small, and metallic blue, the size of this beetle is very small...

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That brings the selections for this edition to a close. Like I always say, if you have any questions/concerns/clarifications about curation in the Insects Of The World Community, feel free to contact any of the community moderators via DNA Discord.

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Of course this format is open to all your suggestions and critics that aim to increase the quality of the community and the fun for everyone that wants to be a part of it .. So, do not hesitate to communicate with us ^^ We are all giving our best to continuously increase the quality of our work and the overall community itself ;)

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DNA - Densifying Nature-Appreciation


The Insects of the World Community is part of the awesome DNA project (Densifying Nature-Appreciation). DNA searches for HIGH-QUALITY posts that aim to DESCRIBE and determine the BIODIVERSITY AROUND YOU with added EXPLANATIONS and INFORMATION. For these informative posts DNA offers a CURATION SERVICE using the account. It is also a CURATION TRAIL. At the moment DNA is also the home of #amazingnature hosted by @adalger, the #aquaticsentinels hosted by @juanbg for all posts about the marine world, the #featheredfriends hosted by the lovely @melinda010100 🦢 for all you great posts about our feathered friends and the #fungifriday hosted by the amazing @qwerrie 🍄 for all your posts about fungi and mushrooms ^^ .. But we hope that more nature related communities will join and participate in this gigantic and ambitious nature project, or maybe some Hiveans start their own little project there ;)





All the communities have their own Moderators using the DNA-Curation service and and the whole AN Moderator Team also are set as DNA-Moderators. This external cross-community curation-service is hoped to raise awareness of the DNA project to Hiveans out there and aims to bring all the great nature-related communities together to help all the nature-loving Hiveans to bond together ^^

If you are INTERESTED in DNA, please do not hesitate to ask about it, or directly JOIN US in the DNA DISCORD ;)

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Best wishes,
Lourdeshd6, Nicanor-mosquera


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