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|Chamaesphecia tenthrediniformis / Eselswolfsmilch-Glasflügler / Wolfsmelkwespvlinder / a Clearwing Moth.|
The larva bores into the rootstock of Euphorbia esula or Euphorbia salicifolia.
The adults fly in May and June. They are active during daytime.
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Beautiful macro of a tiny Moth, Harm.
The composition is excellent.
Thanks and regards.
- [2013-07-13 5:35]
Interesting and well presented posting.
Thanks a lot
Great macro! Wonderful colour combination,great POV and compo,excellent sharpness.Thank You.
Have a good weekend!
This is one of those shots which justs leaps from the monitor because of its colour, composition and fine details. The focus is perfect, not only of the moth but also of the flower. The light in the image is just great. Thanks for sharing. Best regards.