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|Nymphalidae Satyrinae Coenonymphini (Fam) |
Coenonympha pamphilus (Lat)
Small Heath (Eng)
The Small Heath (Coenonympha pamphilus) is a butterfly species belonging to the family Nymphalidae. It is widespread in Eurasia and northwestern Africa. Its caterpillars eat grasses.
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- [2007-11-30 12:53]
this is a prefect picture of pamphilus which I would like to include in my next Theme on Satyrinae. Is that o.k.?
Light, focus and sharpness are excellent. A beautiful high quality picture!
Best wishes, Peter
- [2007-11-30 13:03]
Hi Aytul. A good close up of this small butterfly. you have used the light so well to give good natural colours. fine detail and a nice POV. well done TFS.
Pretty butterfly with beautiful colors!
Excellent details, texture and sharpness.
Very pleasant composition.
Thanks for sharing!
This is an excellent capture of a small heath!
The image is sharp and the details fine!
Lovely composition and colours!
Hi Aytul, superb detail and nicely lit. I see most of your shots are from Koycegiz. Do you live there? I'm lucky enough to have a holiday home in the town. Check out my TE gallery if you get a chance. Best regards, Roberto
- [2007-12-02 6:05]
selam aytul; mugladan super bir macro daha senden;S5 le biraz kus denemeleri yapyorum firsat buldukça ama bazen elestiri aliyorum SLR ile cekenlerden neyse bu photonu cok begendim harika kelebek macrosu tebrikelr