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keithgrimes 

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Since I started keeping bees earlier this year I have found myself increasingly interested in the insect world at large, something I have largely ignored before (until they bit/stung me). I have bought books, and a microscope. The insect world is endlessly fascinating. Who knew there were so many species of bumble bees, and moths that mimic wasps? Anyone else out there got in to entomology via bees??
 

Rosti 

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not entamology per-say but certainly macro photography at a x400 level, more to see for myself what I was looking at in books. This sort of thing, external body parts are certainly easier than internal!
 
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Norton 

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Hello,
From as long as I can remember I was always interested in insects. I have studied African Charaxes for the past 40 or so years.
You will find that God seems to be extremely fond of beetles.
Happy hunting!
Norton.
 

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