Anartia Jatrophae Linnaeus 1
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|Anartia Jatrophae Linnaeus.|
Scientific Name: Anartia Jatrophae Linnaeus
Amplitude eave of 28 to 30 mm similar Sexes. Previous wing of white color with color marks dark coffee. Ocelo of color dark coffee with yellow edge between Cu1 and later Cu2. Wing of white color with marks dark coffee. Two ocelos of color dark coffee with yellow ring in the postaverage area.
Habitat: In secondary, wild forests of ways bordered by potreros, and open areas.
Feeding: The adults visit the flowers of Lantana camara and pilosa Bidens.
Relations: Hospederas plants: Ruellia sp., Justice sp., Blechum sp. Dicliptera sp. (Acanthaceae), Lippia sp. (Verbenaceae), Bacopa sp. Lindenia sp. (Scrophulariaceae).
Distribution: From the south of the United States, Center, the South America and the Antilles.
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- [2005-11-24 3:46]
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Wow ! What a wonderful and interesting butterfly that you have very well captured ! I appreciate the composition with a nice environment. Congratulations Ricardo and thanks for sharing.
- [2005-11-24 3:52]
Another beautiful photo Ricardo!
Very good details and colors!
- [2005-11-24 4:31]
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Very nice butterfly and perfect photo. I like its composition, sharpness and colors. TFS
Even if this one has a "de color café oscuro", the surroundings are so vivid, completing nice the pallete of the photo. Info usefull too (slowly, I'm learning Spanish!)
Wow, Ricardo, that's such a wonderful arrangement. What a pretty butterfly on this beautiful flower. The BG is phantastic and you had a warm light, very good job, I love it, bye
Sabine - wishnugaruda
- [2005-11-24 8:19]
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Very nice butterfly macro again.Colors,lighting,POV,details and composition are wonderful.TFS...:-)
- [2005-11-26 17:32]
Such a beautiful view with wonderful colours, well composed and so clear and sharp!Excellente!
- [2006-05-08 16:21]
this buterfly looks big copared to the flowers. Lovely POV and great sharp details. Wonderful colors.