Macrophotography Of Braconidae

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Hello steemian friends

On this occasion I will share a photo about insects to all my friends, I found this insect photo when I was deliberately looking for an object for me to post on the steemit platform.

When I was walking around to get an object that I could photograph, I found an insect-like star that was perching on the trees, and I was interested in capturing it with my smartphone. After I took the photo, I finally found out about the Latin name of this animal which is often referred to as Braconidae.

The Braconidae are a family of parasitoid wasps. After the closely related Ichneumonidae, braconids make up the second-largest family in the order Hymenoptera, with about 17,000 recognized species and many thousands more undescribed. The morphological variation among braconids is notable. They are often black-brown (sometimes with reddish markings), though some species exhibit striking coloration and patterns, being parts of Müllerian mimicry complexes. They have one or no recurrent veins, unlike other members of the other family in Ichneumonoidea (Ichneumonidae), which usually have two. Wing venation patterns are also divergent to apparent randomness. The antennae have 16 segments or more; the hind trochanters have two segments.Wikipedia

These are some of the photos I took with my smartphone

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there is no opponent, if this is my master's shot

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Thank you friend, hopefully in the future I can do better in my work.

Amazing photos.

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Thank you brother

Wow, it's my first time seeing this kind of ant, you did a great job, thanks for sharing 📸😉👍

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Thank you, I hope you can always share the best content for this community

Incredible clicks. You are well versed in macro photography

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Thank you, I hope you can always share the best content for this community