Isotomurus pseudopalustris forma gervais


Sorry, but another tongue twister. I don’t know why they gave these such small springtails such long names. I usually find this one hiding under a plant pot in the back garden. They are 2.5mm (3/32in) long, and I quite like the patterning and colouration on this one. If you are interested you can and learn more about springtails on my page by clicking the link below. Double-click images to enlarge.

‘To Springtails’


Isotomurus pseudopalustris forma gervais

Isotomurus pseudopalustris forma gervais

© Peter Hillman ♦ 14th April 2018 ♦ Back garden, Staffordshire ♦ Nikon D7200


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