Sugarcane White Grub - Monomad challenge

2023-12-26T01:44:39

This is my entry for the #monomad challenge hosted and curated by @monochromes



This will also be my appreciation post to all of you and every one of you who supported me and also on my side on my journey to the Hive Ocean. I reached my 7K HP goal for this year and could not be happier. So thank you very much everyone for the help, and I will always be grateful for that. A huge stepping stone for me to make a new goal for next year, and I aim for a bigger HP to make that grows so that I can also give back to the community and everyone who helps me on my journey.

And to celebrate that I have this Sugarcane Beetle or https://plantwiseplusknowledgebank.org/doi/10.1079/PWKB.Species.31422 which is despite its beautiful pattern and appearance is a pest for sugarcane plantation.

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It becomes a pest during its larvae phase, where it feeds on the root system of the sugarcane.

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although the adult version is a lot more beautiful, with big round eyes, and some white small hairs can be seen all across its body.

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| | | | | | | ------------ | ------------ | ------------ | ------------ | ------------ | | Photo Style | Macro Photography | | Accesory | Extention tube | Location | Bali, Indonesia | |Lighting | External Flash | | Gear | Canon EOS Kiss X8i | |Diffuser |Cekrek Diffuser|


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I am a Balinese man, a father of a toddler son, working in the hospitality industry, who has recently found a passion for macro photography. I want to share the photos that I've taken here on Hive. I appreciate any comments or feedback you leave on my posts and kindly invite you to be part of my journey in this vast Hive Ocean. Thank you very much

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