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Jun 15, 2007 13:08 |  #1

Don't know what these guys are....I'm pretty sure the first one is some kind of moth (I know, it's a little oof:o ). The second one I don't have a clue. It's feeding on a honeysuckle bud, if that helps. Thanks in advance,
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Jun 15, 2007 13:29 |  #2

#1 has to be a Fritillary of some type
#2 looks like a capsid type plant bug
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Jun 15, 2007 18:24 |  #3

I don't think No1 is out of focus - it looks like camera shake to me. Higher shutter speed required.


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Jun 15, 2007 22:57 as a reply to  @ Madweasel's post |  #4

The first appears to be a pearl crescent butterfly. There may be a little camera shake, but this specimen is about worn out. The adults live only a few days or weeks and are not very durable. This one definitely has some wear and tear!

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