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|Vanessa Cardui is one of the most widespread of all butterflies, found on every continent except Antarctica and South America. In Australia, V. cardui has a limited range around Bunbury, Fremantle, and Rottnest Island. However, its close relative, the Australian Painted Lady (Vanessa kershawi, sometimes considered a subspecies) ranges over half the continent. Other closely related species are the American Painted Lady (Vanessa virginiensis) and the West Coast Lady (Vanessa annabella).|
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Great shot of this beautiful Vanessa Cardui butterfly. Great point of view showing the prominent details of its face very clearly. The overall colours are lovely. Best regards and thanks for sharing.
Anna (One of the few South African members still active on Trek Nature.
- [2014-07-05 2:36]
Excellent macro with awesome details taken from a very nice frontal POV. Beautiful light and matching colours.
- [2014-07-05 3:52]
Excellent image, very nice details and bokeh, very nice POV and composition Congrads
- [2014-07-05 9:55]
Very nice capture of the Vanessa Cardui, I like very much the B/G and the excellent détails.
Great control of the light and perfect sharpness, TFS.
My best regards.
- [2014-07-12 16:46]
Hi Brendont,interesting and original choice of point of view to show us the Cardui,a most common specie in my country too.I like the DOF on the eye and the warm colors everywhere! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano