New photos on myrmecos.net

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Lycus net-winged beetles, Arizona

My latest beetle photos are now posted at myrmecos.net.

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Looking like a trilobite, or perhaps a mutant millipede, a heavily armored beetle larva crawls through the leaf litter in an Illinois forest.   This predaceous insect belongs to the family Lycidae Lampyridae, the net-winged beetles fireflies. photo details: Canon MP-E 65mm 1-5x macro lens on a…
    Leafcutter ants are the most conspicuous insects in Central and South America. Every photographer who happens across their bustling trails seems to take pictures of them. The world really does not need any more photos of leafcutter ants, but I can't help myself. They're pretty. My latest…
Long live Myrmecos.net! By way of a replacement, the ant photos are now over at alexanderwild.com: Advantages of the new site include: Galleries can be viewed as a slide show Geo data are integrated with Google Maps (I'm still working on this) Images can be displayed at a larger size (up to 800…
A few places where myrmecos.net photographs have recently appeared: La Banque de Savoirs has a French-language slideshow featuring several of my images. The BBC illustrates a recent news item on the link between pests and climate change using an Argentine Ant photo from my back yard in California.…