Sunday, July 29, 2012

Japanese Beetle

I have seen Japanese Beetle a lot this year. I have not put a lot of attention on this insect last few years but this year they are every where eating my flowers and vegetables. And to get rid of them I spray insecticides and it stops them from ruining the beauty of my flowers.




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15 comments:

Jama said...

Stunning photos!

Roan said...

They are beautiful, but they are bad for roses.

Kateri said...

Oh, yes. I have them eating my flowers. Love the shimmering colors, but not fond of them in the garden.

Linda Makiej said...

Wonderful, just wonderful!!!

Helene said...

Fantastic macros of this distructive bug! I haven't see this beetle in many years!

January said...

beautiful! pagkanindot jud Ate Kim..:) I'll wait for the calla lily to bloom Ate Kim.. hehe

Hanne Bente said...

Beautiful macro pictures you show :)

Jidhu Jose said...

awesome series

Stewart M said...

Hi there - I think you may be wise to look at the insects more and spray them a little less! Sorry, but that’s the way I feel.

That’s a great picture by the way.

Stewart M - Australia

PS: did you know that 25% of all know animals are beetles!

James Wei said...

The last shot is simply gorgeous! The mating of two beetles

Pat said...

Nice shots!

Gunilla said...

They are beautiful with their bright metallic colors, but I'm sorry they are eating your flowers.

Becky said...

Oh yes the Japanese beetle. They have eaten all my beautiful roses. I don't put out beetle traps, because I think it attracts more.
I think the Thistle is what the Goldfinchs eat. Another gorgeous lavender color.
Have a happy week, and thanks for stopping by.

C.P.Adorio said...

Oh wow! Your photography is larruping wonderful!!! I have never seen these beetles. They look colorful but I bet they are pests!

Marie said...

Wonderful photos! I used to see Japanese Beetles a lot, but fortunately haven;t seen one in quite some time. They are pretty, even though they are terrible munchers!

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