I have many, many photos of insects and the majority are not identified yet. The problem with insect photography is that you usually have only one chance! I don’t have specialized photographic equipment, a normal 18-55mm lens is used. Some of the pictures were taken with an ‘ancient’ digital camera.
Follow the links on the right hand side of the page to specific families.
A few of my favourites:
I took about 100 pictures of Phymateus leprosus to get to this!
Rhanidophora sp. on Thunbergia atripicifolia
Magnificent male beetle
Rhanidophora ridens on Thunbergia atripicifolia
Mittonia hampsoni moth with striking green colouration
Giant twig wilter
The patterns on this caterpillar is just unbelievable beautiful
Amethyst fruit chafer on Xysmalobium undulatum
Unidentified caterpiller with parasite wasp eggs attached