We are a group of photography enthusiasts who are passionate about anything of photography, in particulary, water drop photography, high speed photography, and macro photography.

Our passion about photography does not stop at photographying the world, we are actively inventing, building tools to further ultilize modern technologies to explore and advance photographical techniques.

Focus stacking is a powerful method to extend depth of field by taking a series of images at different focal plane and use computer software to pick the sharpest part of each image for the final result. One way to acquire such series of images is by moving the camera towards or away from the subject (or by moving subject towards or away from the camera) so that different part of the subject will be in focus in each image. Then by applying computer algorithm, these images will be combined into one sharp image.

In order to move the camera (or the subject for that matter) and automate the process of image captures, an automated rail system is preferred method. However, current products on the market are extremely expensive and many macro photographers have to do it manually which is a tedious work to do. Besides expensive rail system, good stacking software are either expensive (but really good) or difficult to use (though free).

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One of the world 's largest  insect supplier , trader of fine quality preserved and unmounted  insects (still folded in paper or cardboard/to be set by the buyer) ; We offer a large selection of specimen for taxidermy, collection, research, photography or art.


- All orders are welcome , NO MINIMUM AMOUNT requested
- Once you opened your account , your adress will determin your currency for all your future orders automatically.
- All basicprices are in EUROS or USD for USA and Canada
- Payment by paypal or international transfer (iban/bic) PAYPAL COST 5% ON TOTAL PRICE INVOICE
- Payment by postorder or international money order is exceptionally accepted at handlingcost of 20 euros.
- Shipping costs are fixed and include handling cost (box, tape, labour, cotton, fees ,ect..)

For Europe : 15euros **  20 euros for russia
Rest of World : 20euros (approx 20usd)**

** this does NOT apply for shippingcost for insectframes , canvasprints or other exceptional shipments


Quality of insects : Ex pupae  :  bred specimen, quality is outstanding
                              A1 = wild caught specimen, excellent quality, antenna's intact (possibly loose)
                              aa- = nearly perfect, antenna missing or damage, minor chips, little rubbed wings possible
                              a-  = good but with damage (larger chip, rubbed wings)
                              a2  = second quality, for scientific purpose or repair

    Complaints :  should be made 7days after reception insects
    Refund : only possible if insects are resend to our adress + verified.
    Loss parcel : We are not responsible for lost parcels by failure of postalservices


Arthropods are characterised by having the following features:

  • a hard external skeleton (called a exoskeleton)
  • a segmented body
  • at least three pairs of jointed legs

Modern insect classification divides the Insecta into 29 orders, many of which have common names. Some of the more common orders are:

  • Mantodea - praying mantids
  • Blattodea - cockroaches
  • Isoptera - termites
  • Siphonaptera - fleas
  • Odonata - dragonflies and damselflies
  • Dermaptera - earwigs
  • Diptera - flies
  • Lepidoptera - butterflies and moths
  • Orthoptera - grasshoppers, katydids, crickets
  • Coleoptera - beetles
  • Hymenoptera - wasps, bees, ants, sawflies

Scientists have described and given scientific names to about 920,000 species of insects in the world, which represents almost 85% of all known animal species. For comparison, only about 4,000 of the known animal species are mammals, man being one of these. There are more species of dragonflies than mammals, and almost as many species of cockroaches (3,500 species). There are about 9,000 species of birds, but almost twice as many species of butterflies.

Most insects have never been given scientific names. It is estimated that there are 20-30 million species of insects on the earth at present. In a good year, taxonomists throughout the world describe and name about 2,000 species of insects. At this rate of naming new species, it will take 10,000 years to describe and name 20 million species. Unfortunately, many of these 20-30 million species of insects will become extinct before they are named because of habitat loss and other environmental problems.

More than one-third of the named species of insects are in one order, the Coleoptera (beetles), which includes about 350,000 species. The next largest orders are Lepidoptera (butterflies and moths), with 165,000 species; and Hymenoptera (wasps and bees), with 103,000 species. The order Diptera (flies) includes about 120,000 species. These four orders, Coleoptera, Lepidoptera, Hymenoptera, and Diptera, include more than 80 per cent of the named species of insects.

Insect collecting is historically a widespread, essential predecessor of scientific entomology and at the same time the formerly popular (until the mid-20th century) educational hobby of collecting insects.

Insects are common in almost every part of world, and may be easily found by looking closely at plant leaves or flowers, under rocks and boards, in water, and so forth. At night, many types can be caught flying around lights. A butterfly net is quite useful for capturing flying insects. Insect traps, some of which are baited with small bits of sweet foods (such as honey), are also quite effective.

Once collected, a killing jar is often used to dispatch insects before they damage themselves trying to escape. The jar is usually charged with ethyl accetate which is very effective in killing the insect, but still keeps it soft enough to be mounted properly in a collection.



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82250 Laguepie
+33 563 67 35 48
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