Moth - slurp!

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Asota sp (Erebidae, Aganainae) - usually associated with Ficus spp.

ID credit: Roger Kendrick (hkmoths)


IMG_0253 copy by Kurt (orionmystery.blogspot.com), on Flickr


IMG_0244 copy by Kurt (orionmystery.blogspot.com), on Flickr


IMG_0263 copy by Kurt (orionmystery.blogspot.com), on Flickr


IMG_0260 copy by Kurt (orionmystery.blogspot.com), on Flickr

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Seems like everytime I look at your shots I can't keep from saying WOW! Super shots indeed.

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Cant say I ever saw a moth up so close.... they kinda look cuddly....
 

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wow... beautiful! I bet I know what lens you used too! lol! That is the one lens that might make me buy a Canon someday! lol! :)
 
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Seems like everytime I look at your shots I can't keep from saying WOW! Super shots indeed.

Jerry

great shots....

Cant say I ever saw a moth up so close.... they kinda look cuddly....

These are great.

wow... beautiful! I bet I know what lens you used too! lol! That is the one lens that might make me buy a Canon someday! lol! :)

Thank you, Jerry, arkipix1001, nmoody, Eric, Charlie!

Charlie - LOL..yes...MP-E65...i use this for my full flash shot and the 150 for natural light shots.
 

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