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An invasive alie moth ruining boxwood.
A moth from Asia now in six European countries.
The distroy in gardens and parks the boxwood plants , from inside out , when you see it , too late.
A disaster in Flanders , certainly for nurseries.
Inset photo : adult moth.
Buxus rups en mot.
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- [2015-09-09 9:20]
Sharp and very nice colors contrast. POV and composition are great. This caterpillar looks beautiful. Very well done.Regards Sigi
A great shot of this invasive catterpillar which causes untold detruction in its wake and years of hard work shaping box hedges into shape destroyed. Very good focus and depth of field, good colours and bg.
Thanks for sharing, regards Bill.
Brilliant composition.....Excellent focus and sharp details. The colors of this caterpillar are nice and natural.
Thanks for sharing!
Beautiful presentation of this larvae. I like its BG and nice color.
Thanks for showing us this Boxwood species,
- [2015-09-09 12:27]
Hi Yves,great macro of this caterpillar of this moth very invasive and a danger for many vegetal specie.Very common in the last years in my country too.Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano