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Larentiinae moths contain roughly 5,800 species and occur mostly in the temperate regions of the world. They are generally considered a subfamily of the geometer moth family (Geometridae) and divided into a few large or good-sized tribes, and numerous very small or even monotypic ones which might not always be valid. Well-known members are the "pug moths" of the Eupitheciini and the "carpets", mainly of the Cidariini and Xanthorhoini.
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Ciao Jiri, great macro of fantastic moth,m splendid sharpness, fine details and wonderful colors, very well done, my friend, ciso Silvio
Beautiful designed Moth. Well captured. Good details and nice color.
Thanks for showing,
- [2016-04-11 11:25]
Hi Jiri,good capture of this moth common in my country too,for me is very oversharpened,and a bit overexposed too,not your best pic....you're still in time to go in Senegal,some birds but no butterflies...have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
une superbe prise, les ailes ouvertes.
Détails, teintes et dessins sont bien visibles.
What a beauty....It is really a splendid capture. Amazing specie. Outstanding colors. The light and details are exceptional. This is a colorful specie.
Thanks for sharing!
Amazing patterns and colours on the open wings of this Moth, Jiri.
The picture is very well taken from a dorsal perspective.