Green Stag Beetle by ellida

Green Stag Beetle

A Saw Tooth Green Stag Beetle (lamprima adolphinae) to give it its full title. Normally seen in Papua New Guinea, they are actually harmless, living on rotten fruit in the main,

This is a preserved version that I purchased on-line to practice stacking. This shot is comprised of 14 images that have been processed in Helicon software.
What a great find. Lovely detail and colour.
October 22nd, 2018  
gorgeous detail in your macro graham
October 22nd, 2018  
I would be really interested to see a non-stacked single image to compare - what dof are you getting ordinarily?
October 22nd, 2018  
lovely shiny green. Great way to practice!
October 23rd, 2018  
Very clever. Love the deep colour.
October 23rd, 2018  
A fabulous image and wonderful colours. I tend to agree with Annie-Sue and would love to see a single shot of this beauty.
October 23rd, 2018  
Great Macro
October 23rd, 2018  
Great macro. Fantastic beetle, so beautiful in his metallic armour. Love the details on the leaf.
October 23rd, 2018  
A great result.
October 23rd, 2018  
Great, I so like his metallic Armour & the veins & colour of the leaf are so lovely.
October 24th, 2018  
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