Insects Of The World - CURATION REPORT - March 2022 - #47
Good day to everyone on the Hive blockchain!
Here is another edition of Insects of the World Curation Report where we bring to you the bests out of the bests in the community. We all know that even among the panoply of posts that are published in the community daily, a few usually stand out.
Before going into the business of the day, it would do us a lot of good if we can refreshen our memory concerning what is required of us in the community. A user will do almost nothing wrong if they can stick to the following RULES:
There must be multiple images of the insect in question, shot from different angles by the author himself and capturing the essential features. Images should be well resolved and not edited in any form besides resizing.
Images must be accompanied by DESCRIPTIVE TEXT or a nice article relating to the images. The community is not photography, remember. Tell us something about the images you are posting.
The SCIENTIFIC NAME of your shown species should be written in the title. It is also APPRECIATED if you are adding a full identification and as many details as possible to your chosen species, such as appearance, diet, peculiarities and more.
The chosen insect should be unique in a way. 10 posts with images of the same species will definitely be boring. SO please avoid common insects except there is something unique about them that has rarely been seen in the community.
- Engagement is key! There is no community without engagement.
Here are our CURATED POSTS for this week ^^
|@ridor5301||Very attractive and beautiful Jamides celeno|
Come back with me today, and today I went to the rice field to see my rice plant and next to it there is a wild garden and then I came there to hunt some small animals like insects, and not in vain today I found a butterfly this beautiful Jamides celeno is standing on this wild leaf...
|@soehada||APIS Dorsata, or lebah madu raksasa|
The giant honey bee or in scientific language known as Apis Dorsata, is often found in forest areas and often does not like crowds, this can be seen from every nest he makes with an elongated shape downward. Each location away from the crowd makes them look not to be disturbed if they are forming a nest...
Today I want to share some pictures of spider species for all of you. This species is very interesting to me, because of the slightly golden yellow spots on its body. for sure you already know this species. I'm still curious to this day about this species. this species out its threads from its body can make its a nest him...
|@birdwatcher||The common darter Sympetrum striolatum|
Taken on a trip on October 20, so I would say it's one of the last chance to see a dragonfly. It basked on a sandy dirt road near the forest at about two o'clock in the afternoon, and I estimate that in two hours it would have crawled somewhere and froze. Yes, it will not enjoy much heat in the Czech Republic at this time...
|@mellys||Ficus benjamina caterpillar|
Today I went out as usual to do some shopping when I found some children trying to eliminate this beautiful caterpillar that had fallen from a tree that was outside their house, so I stopped and told them to let me take pictures of it since It caught my attention because of its size and its striking color...
That brings the selections for this edition to a close. Like I always say, if you have any questions/concerns/clarifications about curation in the Insects Of The World Community, feel free to contact any of the community moderators via DNA Discord.
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