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Peek-a-bug! Eyes can see you!..This damselfly thought it had cleverly hid itself behind a blade of grass at a British lake - but it failed to realise its eyes could be seen poking out either side. The bright blue bug concealed its two-inch-long body and transparent wings by clinging onto the grass with its black legs..But photographer Tony Flashman spotted the common blue damselfly's piercing eyes at Fordwich Lakes, Kent

Peek-a-bug! Eyes can see you!..This damselfly thought it had cleverly hid itself behind a blade of grass at a British lake - but it failed to realise its eyes could be seen poking out either side. The bright blue bug concealed its two-inch-long body and transparent wings by clinging onto the grass with its black legs..But photographer Tony Flashman spotted the common blue damselfly's piercing eyes at Fordwich Lakes, Kent

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Nature is magic. Coolest caterpillar ever. Sheila my card arrived today and as always its fab. Still no wings but this is the coolest caterpillar ever so going to be him fro a few days more x thank u x

Click Beetles: Genera of the Australian Elateridae (Coleoptera)     Photographer- spongepuppy    Taken with Hoya 40mm f3.5 EL Super @ f4, PB6 bellows on Nikon D7000, Stackshot, ZS, etc.

Click Beetles: Genera of the Australian Elateridae (Coleoptera) Photographer- spongepuppy Taken with Hoya 40mm f3.5 EL Super @ f4, PB6 bellows on Nikon D7000, Stackshot, ZS, etc.

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