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Jun 20, 2019 16:31 |  #256

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Very nice capture.
Interesting. It looks like the leaf and the butterfly both have been nibbled around the edges.



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Jun 22, 2019 09:00 |  #257

Butterfly or moth? I'm not sure. Thought it was too lively to be a moth.


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Jun 23, 2019 10:17 |  #258

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Jun 23, 2019 10:21 |  #259

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Jun 24, 2019 08:22 |  #260

Speckled wood again?


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Jun 24, 2019 08:23 |  #261

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It is indeed. Beautiful shot.


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Jun 24, 2019 12:37 |  #262

Little Skipper in a Tiger Lily.


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Jun 24, 2019 13:00 |  #263

Some type of caterpillar on Texas Nettle. I never could figure out which end was the head, turns out I got the tail end twice. Texas Nettle has about the best defensive capabilities of any North American plant. But in spite of these capabilities, nature will find a way to exploit the plant.
I wasn't about to try to turn the stem with my free hand for a better angle like I do with a lot of photos. I've only had one fight with TX Nettle, I lost that fight, ain't about to try it again. Sometimes I learn from the first experience. :)


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Jun 27, 2019 10:48 |  #264

I've no idea what the first one is, and I think the second one may be a meadow brown, but I'm probably wrong. I'm sure Jack Dawe or Lester W will soon put me right.  :p


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Jun 27, 2019 15:14 |  #265

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I've no idea what the first one is, and I think the second one may be a meadow brown, but I'm probably wrong. I'm sure Jack Dawe or Lester W will soon put me right.  :p
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Hi Terry. Nice pics again. The second one certainly looks like a Meadow Brown to me. Your first one is actually a Cinnebar moth - pretty things, aren't they?


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Jun 27, 2019 16:41 |  #266

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Hi Terry. Nice pics again. The second one certainly looks like a Meadow Brown to me. Your first one is actually a Cinnebar moth - pretty things, aren't they?

Many thanks, Jack. Yes, absolutely beautiful. Should have known it was a moth. Chuffed I identified the meadow brown!


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Jun 27, 2019 19:20 |  #267

I didn't know if moths were "allowed" or not but I am posting anyway! Here is a male Polyphemus moth almost 24 hours old... They have a 6 inch wingspan and only live for 7 days... When my wife saw it she thought a spider was eating a butterfly... :)

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Jun 27, 2019 19:44 |  #268

I usually shoot butterflies with my macro setup but if I see something while lugging my 500mmII for early morning wildlife, it's always fun to see what a 12ft reach looks like :-). I took the shot even though the plant being in the way messed it up :oops:. A few seconds later, it flew away, out of reach.


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Jun 28, 2019 09:48 |  #269

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Jun 29, 2019 07:00 |  #270

Not as good as some on here - but grabbed during lunch yesterday.


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