Moments With Iowa's Wildlife - Tiny Species
Images of Tiny Species
by Kip Ladage
About the Book
Larva, flies, beetles...What kind of book is this? This is a collection of images of some of the smallest and least appreciated wildlife species commonly found in Iowa.
Insects, spiders, butterflies, and assorted tiny creatures aren't respected by all. For those who enjoy them, this book is for you!
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Nov 15, 2008
- Tags Wapsipinicon River, Wapsie River, Ladage Photography, Kip Ladage, Bremer County, Sweet Marsh, wolf spider, wasp on goldenrod, Leopard moth larva, pollen-covered fly, sawfly on aster, praying mantis, milkweed tussock moth larva, milkweed beetle on Swamp milkweed, margined leatherwing, march fly on rock, least skipper, leafhopper on leaf, large fly on Aster blossom, hoverfly on hosta blossom, honeybee on Hosta blossom, Harvestman on Milkweed, green insect eating milkweed beetle, grasshopper on log, Eastern tiger swallowtail, Tent caterpillars, bumblebee on goldenrod, Widow Skimmer, box elder bug on rusty post, Black Wasp on Goldenrod, Japanese beetle on leaf, beetle on pink flowers, June beetle larva, tiny spider, mourning cloak butterfly, Asian beetle larva, gray hairstreak, Eastern-tailed blue, Frederika, Iowa, Tripoli, Katydid, Cicada
Kip Ladage is a self-taught photographer/writer from Tripoli, Iowa. Kip has been photographing nature and the outdoor world for more than 25-years. His work has been published world-wide in books, magazines, newspapers, brochures, calendars, and posters.