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|Cabera exanthemata is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species is distributed in Europe and Asia and also found in North America. The northern most recordings are beyond the arctic circle.|
When resting, the wings are widely opened so that good pictures of the wing pattern are possible.
The caterpillars feed on several species of Salix, Populus and Alnus.
Wing span is about 27 mm.
In addition to the lens an Olympus Digital Extension Tube EX-25 was used.
Ebert G (2003) Die Schmetterlinge Baden-Württembergs, Vol. 9 Nachtfalter VII. - Ulmer, Stuttgart.
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hervorragende Details und feinste Farbnuancen -
Regt an, sich mit den unauffälligeren Geschöpfen der Nacht näher zu beschäftigen.
Mit Dank und besten Grüßen,
- [2006-06-24 17:44]
Beautiful shot, with simple but very effective composition - well thought out. Colours are so natural and the BG makes a very good contrast with the subject which is also very detailed
TFS and for the info
- [2006-06-24 19:02]
Great shot! the wings look like a fine woven material.Excellent detail and sharpness.Nice composition. TFS
- [2006-06-25 0:17]
Super shot of this moth! Now I know what to compare with if I would come across one in my wanderings. Thank you very much for an excellent illustration,
- [2006-06-26 10:47]
Very good Peter!
Very good photo of this moth!
Very good POV and colours!
The dark BG emphasizes better the white colour of the moth.
Very good DOF and details!
5* and TFS!
I like your simple moth with the thorough explanation. I've tried to improve a bit the lack of contrast by adjusting the levels and despecling a bit the noise over the wings in a ws...
Danke fur sharing!