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aniruddhahd Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 1 N: 79] (291) [2009-11-08 13:04]

wow such a lively image... its refreshing.. an alert marmot on the bed of flowers! tfs!

aniruddhahd Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 1 N: 79] (291) [2009-11-08 12:59]

nice image, but unfortunately this is not Monarch. Monarch is not seen in India, however it's cousin species occur. This one is in fact a mimic of the Plain Tiger. It is a female of Danaid Eggfly.

aniruddhahd Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 1 N: 79] (291) [2009-11-05 14:09]

fantastic image... amazing DOF! I like it a lot... the eye and the face shows excellent sharpness and details! The foreground and background makes the frog's head pop out! it's almost 3D... thanks for sharing!

aniruddhahd Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 1 N: 79] (291) [2009-10-22 15:45]

superb capture... im visiting Mississauga this weekend, hope to see some nice birds! :) your gallery is excellent! tfs!

aniruddhahd Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 1 N: 79] (291) [2009-10-22 15:44]

fantastic use of light here! its as if the spider itself is glowing!

aniruddhahd Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 1 N: 79] (291) [2009-10-22 15:42]

fantastic documentation. it's Monkey Puzzle, a beautiful Lycaenid butterfly.

India
Title: GOLD
GOLD (4)
salil (40)

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aniruddhahd Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 1 N: 79] (291) [2009-10-22 15:42]

beautiful composition, but looks like a tight crop in my opinion. it's actually an Owlfly and not a dragonfly.

India
Title: Hello
Hello (2)
rkc Silver Note Writer [C: 0 W: 0 N: 16] (66)

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aniruddhahd Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 1 N: 79] (291) [2009-10-22 15:40]

it's a Common Cerulean sitting on it's Host Plant - Vigna trilobata (most probably) and those ants look like Myrmicaria brunnea.

aniruddhahd Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 1 N: 79] (291) [2009-10-22 15:36] [+]

it is undoubtedly an amazing picture! beautiful, alert pose, lovely subtle background and a nice contrast in the image. It is a Jumping Spider, I think it is Telamonia dimidiata, female but can not be sure by this angle. It belongs to Salticidae. Spiders can be easily IDed by their eye pattern up till Family. If you compare a Crab Spider (family Thomisidae) with Jumping Spider (family Salticidae) you will know the difference. this is an amazing image, tfs!

aniruddhahd Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 1 N: 79] (291) [2009-10-22 15:33]

superb picture.... the prey is a flying Termite, most common during first showers and then they keep coming until post-monsoon. The spider is Peucetia viridans.