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.
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.
Here are our CURATED POSTS for this week ^^
|@ridor5301||Hunting the beautiful and attractive species|
This time and on this occasion I hunted one of the small animals, namely a butterfly belonging to the Ypthima baldus species, this is a small butterfly that often plays in the vast wild, and usually these animals like and play in leaves and flowers wild and a lot of short trees in the forest, and before going to the forest I always carry tools to take pictures such as a macro lens and a smartphone camera...
|@setia.budi||The coconut skipper - Hidari irava|
Good evening all friends #Insects-Of-The-World. This afternoon, while relaxing at home, I accidentally found a brown butterfly with glowing red eyes on the wall of the house, then I approached him and tried to take some angles of the photo of this butterfly. Hidari irava, the coconut skipper, is a butterfly of the family Hesperiidae...
|@rosmadirazali||Opiliones - Harvestmen|
Last weekend, I brought my daughters (rosyadah & raihanah) to a river nearby Klang Gate Dam. My wife was also with us. The reason we were there is because (i) my daughters wanted to bath in the river, and (ii) I wanted to look for insects / spiders for my macro photography...
|@alexa-macro||Insecta : Hoverfly (Eristalinus fuscicornis)|
Hello Everyone.. Hopefully we all continue to be in good health and all work activities can be carried out, especially in the current pandemic conditions. Anyway, as a person who lives in a tropical country like Indonesia, I am certainly no stranger to insects. At least I often meet several species of insects in the bushes or forests...
|@soehada||Is it important that the dragonfly is in your territory?|
It's nice today, Tuesday, March 1, 2022, to see it again in the location behind our house or we say it as Lampôh Soeuh (vacant land overgrown with wild weeds), previously a few months ago that location, many were overgrown with various wild plants, that on purpose by our family, so that every habitat is within that area, but 3 weeks ago...
|@mellys||The arrival of the cicada (LaCicadoidea)|
Greetings community today as usual I got ready to go back so I went to my patio and hung my hammock as usual after it stopped drizzling it seemed quite strange to me that it was drizzling this month. So after it rained I lay down for a while when suddenly a little animal fell into my hand, I took it and looked at it and I realized that it was a small cicada...
|@asklanbudi||creepy caterpillar shape|
On this occasion I would like to donate some photos of leaf caterpillars. The caterpillar shape that I found is green with a large head shape. This caterpillar I found, disgusting and spooky with the shape of its face. I tried to find out about this caterpillar via the link Wikipedia Papilio glaucus, the eastern tiger swallow, is a species of butterfly native to eastern North America...
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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