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|Walking in the summer mornings, among dewy grasses and keeping your attention sharp at the small things, one may discover creatures that don't show themselves often to the people. A miriad of night fliers seek a shady rest place during the hot summer days.|
One of them is this moth, Triodia sylvina from Hepaliaceae family. A medium-small moth (20-25 mm long) but with beautiful colours and patterns.
Not common but also not endangered in this part of the country.
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Petru, nice to see you around my friend,
Fine details have been recorded in this colourful fellow!
I can almost feel the furry texture, the insect is well framed and presented in a fine composition!
I amaze with details shown in this image. Greatly focused.
- [2008-02-02 3:17]
foarte frumos fluturas, nu zic molie caci stii ca la noi la romani, molia e aia care-ti mananca hainele de lana. Poza este foarte faina, nu cred ca am mai vazut asa ceva, detaliile si culorile sunt excelente. Nu ne-ai spus (pentru nespecialisti) in ce tara traieste fluturasul.
Numai bine, Dan
- [2008-02-07 8:24]
What an eye you have to capture this moth in an interesting position. We can appreciate this insect with great details and lovely colours. Very well done!
This is a very good shot with fine details, well composed.
Very nice capture of this Moths. I've never seen it at large but I hope I'll meet this species someday ;-)