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|Acontia lucida (Hufnagel, 1766)|
Acontia lucida (24-30mm wing span) is a noctuid very common in Greece and as a migrant in UK. The larvae are polyphagous, feeding on various herbaceous plants, mainly on mallow (Malva species), common marshmallow (Althaea officinalis), field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis), goosefoots (Chenopodium) and dandelion (Taraxacum). This species overwinters as pupa below ground.
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- [2018-03-28 8:28]
- [2018-03-28 9:03]
Hi Nikos,fresh and good capture of this moth very small,common in my country too,good details and perfect colors. Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
nicely composed, pleasantly well lighted portrait of this tiny moth.
Thank you! With best regards,
Nikos very good macro
good sharpness nice details and beautiful colours
thanks gr lou
Superb top view of this beautiful Moth, Nikos.
Excellent focus, details and colours on the subject.
Thanks and regards.
Quite well captured this Pale Shouldered Moth. I like your chosen composition. Details looks good but personally I would like bit more details. Perfect background for macro photography although you have tried hard to clean the obstacles in the left portion, mainly using blur tool, I think. Left top and bottom corner showing unfinished edit. Well captured its eye.
Thanks for sharing,
Regards and have a nice weekend,