INTO THE BEAUTIFUL WORLD – BY YUWARAJ GURJAR

(VOLUME 1, ISSUE 4)                                                                                                                   ISSN 2455 – 2135  

DECEMBER 2016.

INTO THE WORLD OF BEAUTY THROUGH THE EYES OF YUWARAJ GURJAR

Yuwaraj Gurjar

We are looking into the beautiful images clicked by Yuwaraj Gurjar, whose love for the beautiful subjects grew through the world of macro. Being a macro expert, here he shares some of his amazing photographs with the family of Exotic Northeast.

Herdonia sp. (Thyrididae, Siculodinae).

Herdonia sp. (Thyrididae, Siculodinae).

Location – Yeoor – Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Thane. 28.06.2014

Exif Data – Nikon D7100, Tamron 90 macro, Nikon R1C1, 1/200, f10, ISO 100

Description – One of the colorful, golden moths seen in our area in monsoon. It shows its under wings as if he is dancing.

Curved Spiny Spider Macracantha arcuata

Curved Spiny Spider Macracantha arcuata

Location – Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary, Aasam, India. 01.03.2014

Exif Data – Nikon D7100, Tamron 90 macro, Nikon R1C1, 1/60, f10, ISO 200

Description – These spiders have a hard, flat body armed with three pairs of spines on the edge of the abdomen. The spinnerets are elevated on a large projection and surrounded by a sclerotised ring-like structure. The unique feature that distinguish this species is that the median spine is more than three times the width of the abdomen.

Hitler Bug

Hitler Bug

Location – Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary. 15.06.2014

Exif Data – Nikon D7100, Tamron 90 macro, Nikon R1C1, 1/60, f36, ISO 100

Description- Catacanthus incarnatus Drury – man faced bug or Hitler bug. The wings of this bug are membranous but hardened or leathery. The entire arrangement makes it appear like a face of a man leading to the synonym ‘man faced bug’.

Ceropegia hirsuta top view

Ceropegia hirsuta top view

Location – Kolhapur. 17.08.2014

Exif Data – Nikon D7100, Tamron 90 macro, Nikon R1C1, 1/60, f22, ISO 100

Description – The genus Ceropegia is quite widespread. The only commonality they all share are the very special flowers, but from time to time these differ also from the typical lantern form.

Camouflaged Draco or flying lizard on tree bark

Camouflaged Draco or flying lizard on tree bark

Location : Bondla Bird Sanctuary, Goa. 20.10.2012

Exif Data- Nikon D90, Tamron 180 macro 1/60, f10, ISO 400

Description- The Draco or Flying Lizard is perfect camouflaged on large tree trunk. I managed to capture the perfect blending on the surroundings.

  • – Please click on the photographs for a better view.

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